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  • 345. An Eli Terry & Sons American Pillar
    & Scroll Shelf Clock An American Pillar & Scroll shelf clock, made by Eli Terry & Sons, Plymouth, Connecticut, ca. 1825-30. With a pretty walnut veneered case with tapering ... [more like this]
  • AMERICAN PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK. Connecticut,
    1st quarter-19th century, mahogany veneer. Original reverse painted door with Federal houses. Dial has original paint. Paper label "Eli Terry...Plymouth, Conn." Veneer imperfections ... [more like this]
  • Stenciled Column and Splat Shelf Clock by
    Eli Terry, Jr., Plymouth Connecticut, c. 1840, the mahogany case with stenciled splat and glazed door flanked by smoke-grained and stenciled columns, reverse-painted tablet ... [more like this]
  • Eli Terry Outside Escapement Pillar and Scroll
    Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1817-18, the mahogany case with scroll top, flame birch plinths and brass finials, freestanding columns flanking the full-length door, the ... [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]
  • Eli Terry shelf clock, classical with stenciled
    pediment with basket of fruit and flowers above hand painted wooden face with floral spandrels flanked by two stenciled gilt split columns above carved paw feet, reverse-painted ... [more like this]
  • AMERICAN MAHOGANY AND EGLOMISE SHELF CLOCK,
    ELI AND SAMUEL TERRY second quarter 19th Century, with two train movement, the shaped swan's neck pediment over a door inset with a rectangular glazed panel over a rectangular ... [more like this]
  • Pennsylvania Pillar and Scroll Clock, Allentown,
    Pennsylvania, c. 1830, the mahogany case with heavy scrolls, wooden finials, freestanding turned columns flanking the full-length door with glazed dial opening over the painted ... [more like this]
  • Miles Morse Four-column Mahogany Shelf Clock,
    Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825, the two-tier case with columns flanking the glazed dial door over the painted iron Roman numeral dial signed M. Morse. Plymouth, Ct., gilt ... [more like this]
  • An American Federal Mahogany Pillar and Scroll
    Shelf Clock, c. 1823, by E. Terry & Sons, Plymouth, CT, painted wood dial, reverse painted tablet of a harbor scene, flanked by full columns, shaped skirt, interior retaining ... [more like this]
  • Butler & Henderson & Company Pillar and Scroll
    Shelf Clock, Clement, Nova Scotia, c. 1829-30, with scroll top case, free standing turned columns flanking the painted wooden dial with Arabic numerals, floral and raised ... [more like this]
  • - Eli Terry’s patent American Mahogany
    Pillar and Scroll Clock made by Mark Leavenworth, c. 1820, broken arch cornice, turned columns, eglomise panel with manor house. 31”h.x16”w.x4.5”d. Provenance: C.L. ... [more like this]
  • ELI TERRY, JR. ANTIQUE AMERICAN SPLAT AND
    SHELF CLOCK American, Circa 1840With painted wooden dial and turned half columns. Base with carved claw feet. Reverse-painted lower glass tablet with European castle scene. ... [more like this]
  • Pillar And Scroll Shelf Clock By Seth Thomas
    :An early 19th C. American mahogany, and reverse painted shelf clock by Seth Thomas, whose label is retained inside the case. Thomas (American, 1785- 1859) bought Eli Terry's ... [more like this]
  • AMERICAN LATE FEDERAL MAHOGANY AND EGLOMISE
    PILLAR AND SCROLL SHELF CLOCK, Eli Terry, maker height: 34 inches Condition: Cracked eglomise panel ... [more like this]
  • PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK. American, 1st half-19th
    century, mahogany. Paper label "Patent Clocks by Eli Terry made & sold by Seth Thomas at Plymouth, Connecticut". Painted wooden face, wooden works and a reverse glass panel ... [more like this]
  • Eli Terry Pillar-and-Scroll Clock American,
    early 19th century, pediment with three brass urn finials, original wooden face, wooden gears, reverse-painted lower panel, 32 in., ... [more like this]
  • An Eli Terry Jr. American Empire Style Mantel
    Clock ca. 1825 Mahogany and mahogany veneer case with ebonized finish columns at either side of the front hinged rolled glass door on top with inset diamond shape wood escutcheon ... [more like this]
  • An American Carved Mahogany and Églomisé
    Pillar and Scroll Clock c. 1825 by E. Terry & Sons Plymouth CT painted dial and tablet two weight movement height 32 in. width 17 1/2 in. depth 5 in. ... [more like this]
  • Samuel S. Grosch Mahogany Shelf Clock, Marietta,
    Pennsylvania, c. 1820, with four freestanding turned columns supporting an arched cornice with six plinths topped by brass finials, 13 1/2-in. painted iron dial marked Saml. ... [more like this]

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