Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Circa 1830-40, cherry case with figured door panel, white pine secondary, dovetailed hood with swan's neck pediment, central plinth with inlaid heart surmounted by relief carved compass, arched door, with four fully turned columns and side windows, painted metal face with second and date hand and upper moon dial, floral painted spandrels, terrestrial globes, and Arabic numerals, case with hinged shaped waist door flanked by turned columns, paneled base repeats with turned columns, raised on short turned legs with suppressed ball foot, with pendulum, two weights and clock key.
91.5 x 23 x 11.75 in. From the Collection of David Potts, Leland, NC.
Paint loss to moon dial; replaced glass at hood; good estate condition. Please See Terms and Conditions of Sale: Clock and Watches.
$2,000 - 4,000