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Silas B. Terry Balance Wheel Steeple Clock, Terryville, Connecticut, c. 1845, oversized "sharp Gothic" shelf clock with full-length door, the upper glazed...


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    Connecticut, c. 1840, mahogany case with door of quarter round molding, lower tablet a transfer and paint scene of buildings along a park with a heart shaped pendulum aperture, ... [more like this]
  • Silas B. Terry Shelf Clock, Terryville, Connecticut,
    c. 1840, mahogany cornice-top case with rounded sides, full-length door with reverse-painted glass lower tablet depicting a house and trees on a stream bank, paper on wood ... [more like this]
  • Empire Mahogany Shelf Clock by Silas B. Terry,
    Plymouth, Connecticut, circa 1840, with full-length 3/4 columns flanking the door, 11 1/2 in. painted wooden dial with Roman numerals, second's bit with exposed escapement, ... [more like this]
  • Mahogany Beveled Case Shelf Clock by Silas
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  • Silas B. Terry Pine Cottage Clock, Terryville,
    Connecticut, c. 1855, the paper veneered case with "snakeskin" finish on the door and faux graining, painted zinc dial signed S.B. Terry, Terryville, etched geometric-pattern ... [more like this]
  • Empire Balance Wheel Shelf Clock by Silas
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  • Silas B. Terry Shelf ClockMid 19th century.
    Enameled Arabic dial with large escapement window, gilt corner spandrels and chapter ring. Later painted tablet with primitive landscape. Turned engaged columns. With paper ... [more like this]
  • AMERICAN CLASSICAL MAHOGANY EAGLE SHELF CLOCK,
    SILAS B. TERRY With exposed movement and a three-scene eglomise door, with paper label 'Silas B. Terry Horologist ... Plymouth, Conn.'; keyhole escutcheons have been removed. ... [more like this]
  • Silas B. Terry Miniature Torsion Steeple
    Clock, Terryville, Connecticut, c. 1855, small mahogany sharp Gothic case, lower glass with transfer of a meetinghouse, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, label on case back ... [more like this]
  • S. B. Terry Bevel Front Mahogany Shelf Clock,
    Terry's Ville, Connecticut, c. 1840, the door with half-round door moldings frame the reverse-painted lower tablet depicting a classical Greek revival building and heart-shaped ... [more like this]
  • Miniature Mahogany Reverse Ogee Clock by
    S.B. Terry, Terryville, Connecticut, c. with painted wooden Roman dial, transfer and paint decorated tablet of a balloon ascension flying two American flags, printed maker's ... [more like this]
  • Silas B. Terry Cottage Clock, Terryville,
    Connecticut, c. 1855, with "snakeskin" paper veneer finish on door and faux graining on sides, painted zinc dial with Roman numerals, transfer paint decorated lower glass, ... [more like this]
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  • Mahogany Shelf Clock by Silas B. Terry and
    Company, Terryville, Connecticut, c. 1840, the box case with reverse-painted tablet, painted zinc dial with Roman numerals, paper dust cover inside backboard, 30-hour brass ... [more like this]
  • Mahogany Balance Wheel Steeple Clock by Silas
    B. Terry, Plymouth, Connecticut, circa 1845 painted wooden dial with Roman numerals, cut-outs for viewing the pallets, escape wheel and balance wheel components, reverse-painted ... [more like this]
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