Lot 245    

Ansonia Retailed Terry & Andrews Steeple Clock, 
2007, Decorative Arts, Feb 17
with original painted tin dial with radial Roman numerals on chapter ring with minute tick in outer ring with each 10 minute marked with a dot, winding squares below III & IX brass time and strike spring-driven movement marked Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Ct.. Mahogany veneered white pine case with quarter-round moulding, topped with rectangular plinths and tapered mahogany cones at corners, beveled door with replaced glass tablet, interior with partial original illustrated Ansonia Clock Co. label, 4" x 10" x 20" high.

Provenance:  
Ex: Collection of Sheila & John Gorkis of Germantown, Ohio


Condition:  
As above, refinished, slight veneer chips, minor wear and crazing to dial and one cone chipped. Currently running; we do not guarantee working order of clocks.
Sold: $57.50
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