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Scarce 8-Day American Striking Ogee Clock C.1860 by E.N.Welch

Ref: MS/250 / LA214688

£255

$322 - €283

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Description

Fabulously appointed and scarce 8-day American striking Ogee Clock by maker E.N.Welch Manufacturing Company (Elisha Niles Welch), of Forestville, Connecticut.

The beautifully patinaed Rosewood and glazed case is in very good order with only minor 'wear and tear' commensurate with age, and certainly no major defects. The ivory painted metal dial is also in fine condition for this type of clock, with its original decoratively hand painted floral artwork and Roman numbering still prominent. The clock strikes the hours and half-hours on its gong.

The clock has glazed and double panelled hinged front doors, the lower panel having a hand painted lower panel depicting a picture of 'St. Louis Courthouse'.

The classic and highly robust E.N.Welch Ogee movement is in fine working order (having been recently serviced), and the clock comes with its mechanism lead weights and original pendulum and winding key and the clocks interior retains a partial section of Welch’s original backboard label, which confirms its 8-day movement.

An exquisite and impressive Ogee clock, that at £255 is an excellent investment!

A sound investment at £255, but happy to consider sensible offers!


Measurements

Height : 74 cm

Width : 41 cm

Depth : 10.5 cm

Declaration

Antiquitatum has clarified that the Scarce 8-Day American Striking Ogee Clock C.1860 by E.N.Welch (MS/250 / LA214688) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being circa 1860's.

Condition

Excellent for age. The clock has been serviced, so in fine working order. Comes with a pendulum, lead weights and winding key.

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