Lot 210
Delaware Federal Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock, Thomas Crow
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Circa 1800, white pine secondary, painted metal face with bird and floral design, signed Thomas Crow, Roman and Arabic numerals, second dial, bell marked "G. Ainsworth Warr.", the hood with an applied pierced broken arch pediment with inlaid nautical stars, frieze with inlaid quarter fans, arched hinged glass door, with fully turned columns to front and rear, side window panels, the case with applied cove molding above a hinged lipped waist door with highly figured burl flame and inlaid quarter fans, the base with inlaid quarter fans, on bracket feet, with two weights, one pendulum, clock key, and case key.

95.25 x 19.5 x 10 in.

From the Estate of the late Peggy Futrelle Nowell, Raleigh and Pinehurst, North Carolina

Later seat board; applied pediment appears original but has been reset with later blocks; shrinkage cracks and cracked glass to hood side panels; waist door with later hinges; lower panel with slight buckling at top with separation at top of panel; the front foot facings appear original but the sides and rear flush foot racking are later. Please See "Terms and Conditions of Sale: Clocks and Watches."

$1,000 - 2,000