Waterbury Tambour Mantel Clock with Enamel Dial

September 5, 2011 | By | Reply More

I recently lubricated this clock, and I thought it was pretty enough that I should illustrate it. The dial is enamel with the numerals fired into it (like on antique pocket watches). It has a very popular type of movement that is used in many of Waterbury’s mantel and shelf clocks.

Notice the copper color painted pendulum bob – this is an original part and is commonly used on Waterbury mantel clocks.

The case is 20 1/8 inches wide and 11 1/4 inches tall. The dial has a 4 1/4 inch minute track. The length of the minute hand (center to tip) is 2 3/16 inches. It has a convex glass lens. The case has been refinished.

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Repair job 5526.


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Last updated: August 31, 2011

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