Lot 160
Indiana / Kentucky Federal Tall Case Clock
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Early 19th century, cherry and mahogany veneers, poplar secondary, dovetailed hood with tripod arched pediment, four fully turned columns on each corner, the metal face with painted moon dial, date/hour/second dials, shells to each corner, metal works, the case featuring a single raised panel waist door with bold flamed veneers, chamfered corners with lamb's tongue, the bold base with raised panel again featuring flame veneers and raised on turned ball feet; with pendulum and two weights.

96.5 x 19 x 11 in.

From the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Piacenza, Sanford, North Carolina

Paper label en verso "Aunt Rebecca Jones, Smithfield (Olive's Great Aunt)."

As found estate condition; veneer chip/ loss at center arch on hood; case with all-over heavy alligatoring; face is loose in hood; upper rear back boards original but repaired.

$2,000 - 4,000