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Mahogany shelf clock by Eli Terry & Sons on Connecticut, circa 1825

Mahogany veneer column & splat shelf clock by Eli Terry & Sons, circa 1828

Mahogany veneer on butternut secondary wood 'outside escapement' pillar and scroll shelf clock by Eli Terry in Connecticut circa 1817

J.C. Brown acorn shelf clock, Bristol, CT, circa 1850. This clock was one of Browns earlier pieces. his factory burned down in 1850 during which time he was focused primarily on OG clocks. JC Brown is recognized as one of the saviors of the Connecticut clock making industry for his revival of the industry with the OG shelf clock.

Eight-day going small table clock designed as a Pendule d'Officier. L. Leroy & Cie., Paris, circa 1880.

Windsor, Connecticut, Queen Anne Fan-Carved Cherry High Chest of Drawers, c. 1770, 75.5 H. x 37.5 W. x 19.25 D.

Charles Young Chippendale walnut bracket clock with drawer Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, circa 1760

An unsigned tiger maple tall case clock, circa 1805. Nice!

Forestville Manufacturing Co,shelf clock,early 19th c (This clock is stunning with the tortoiseshell glazed columns)