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Waterbury “Sussex” One-Day Shelf Clock, Inlaid Walnut Case

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Waterbury “Sussex” One-Day Shelf Clock, Inlaid Walnut Case

Here is a Waterbury “Sussex” one day walnut shelf clock with nice original painted dial. The inlaid case¬† is 17 5/8 inches tall without the top trim piece. The minute track of the dial is 4 7/8 inches diameter. The hour hand is original, except for the tip. The minute hand is a replacement. The […]

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Last updated August 16, 2017

Ansonia “Burton” Oak Kitchen or Shelf Clock

February 26, 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
Ansonia “Burton” Oak Kitchen or Shelf Clock

I repaired this Ansonia “Burton” oak shelf clock. It is in nice, all-original condition including dial and door glass. About 35% of the label on the back of the case remains. This clock is 22 1/2 inches tall. The movement is 8-day time and strike. See more photos. Repair job 6396. This is the “4 […]

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Last updated February 23, 2015

Seth Thomas Miniature Octagon Top Clock Ca. 1865

October 14, 2014 | By | Reply More
Seth Thomas Miniature Octagon Top Clock Ca. 1865

This cute little Seth Thomas octagon top shelf clock is only 9 1/4 inches tall and 7 inches wide. The case has mahogany veneer, and the small movement is one-day time only. There is a mirror in the door. See more photos. Repair job 6325. I polished the pivots, installed 6 bushings and replaced the […]

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Last updated October 20, 2014

Seth Thomas “Utica” Walnut Shelf Clock

October 13, 2014 | By | Reply More
Seth Thomas “Utica” Walnut Shelf Clock

Here is a beautiful Seth Thomas walnut-cased shelf clock I repaired. My customer shipped the clock from Alaska to my shop in Indiana for repair without the door and dial, to reduce the chance of damage. This clock is 22 3/16 inches tall and 12 5/8 inches wide. This clock was made around 1886. The […]

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Last updated October 12, 2014

Antique Seth Thomas Oak Kitchen Clock with Nice Label and Date on the Back

August 21, 2014 | By | 7 Replies More
Antique Seth Thomas Oak Kitchen Clock with Nice Label and Date on the Back

Here is a Seth Thomas antique oak “kitchen” clock that came into my shop. I did only minor adjustments to it per customer request, but it will need overhauling in the future as there are worn pivot holes. There are lots of these clocks around, and I am showing this one because it has a […]

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Last updated February 16, 2015

Seth Thomas Giant No. 3 Oak Kitchen Clock in Many Pieces!

August 13, 2014 | By | Reply More
Seth Thomas Giant No. 3 Oak Kitchen Clock in Many Pieces!

This clock was in pieces when it came into my shop. It had been dropped, crudely repaired, and later dropped again. My father-in-law Barry removed the excess glue and cleaned the case pieces. He assembled it and touched up the finish. I gave it a top coat of Deft satin lacquer. The new door glass […]

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Last updated August 13, 2014

Ingraham Oak Kitchen Clock

July 3, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Ingraham Oak Kitchen Clock

Here is a late-model oak kitchen clock, made December 1934 (12 34 date code on the movement). The oak kitchen clock became popular around 1900 (the walnut-cased models were popular earlier, beginning about the 1880s). Many of the walnut cased clocks have carving, but the designs were pressed into the oak cases. This clock is […]

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Last updated July 3, 2013

Seth Thomas “Metals No. 1” Oak Kitchen Clock Dated 1899

May 26, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Seth Thomas “Metals No. 1” Oak Kitchen Clock Dated 1899

This clock is named “Metals No. 1”, the first in a series of clocks in oak cases with metal trim. The case is ¬†22 3/4 inches tall and 14 15/16 inches wide. The paper face has a 4 7/8 inch minute track, and the minute hand is 2 7/16 inches long. The date code 9981 […]

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Last updated May 29, 2013

New Haven Oak Kitchen Clock

May 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
New Haven Oak Kitchen Clock

This New Haven “kitchen” or shelf clock, was made around the 1880s or 1890s. It originally had an alarm, which has been removed. The dial has a large center opening for the alarm set disc. The oak case is 22 1/8 inches tall and 14 inches wide. The painted dial has a 5 inch minute […]

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Last updated May 26, 2013

E. N. Welch Oak Kitchen Clock

August 7, 2012 | By | Reply More
E. N. Welch Oak Kitchen Clock

I recently repaired this clock, and replaced the mainsprings with longer, thinner ones to make the clock keep better time and reduce mainwheel tooth wear. The dial and hands are original, unfortunately, part of the top of the case is broken off. The clock was made around 1880 – 1890. The E. N. Welch Mfg. […]

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Last updated July 29, 2012

Seth Thomas Oak Shelf Clock

August 1, 2012 | By | Reply More
Seth Thomas Oak Shelf Clock

I repaired this Seth Thomas shelf clock and installed new mainsprings because they had previously been replaced with springs that were too strong. The case is 22 3/8 inches tall and 14 3/4 inches wide. The minute hand is 2 13/16 inches long. I replaced the dial because the original was in very bad condition. […]

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Last updated July 22, 2012

Ingraham “Doric” Shelf Clock

May 2, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
Ingraham “Doric” Shelf Clock

Here’s an example of the Ingraham “Doric” shelf clock. Ingraham made this model for years, around the 1860s to 1880s. There is a patent date on the dial pan in which is lightly stamped and unreadable. The lower glass originally had a reverse painting. The movement is 8-day and strikes the hours on a coil […]

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Last updated April 20, 2012

Ansonia Oak Kitchen or Shelf Clock

September 7, 2011 | By | 2 Replies More
Ansonia Oak Kitchen or Shelf Clock

This Ansonia oak cased shelf clock is called the “Bedford” according to the label on the back. The 8-day movement strikes the hour and half-hour on a heavy wire or Cathedral gong. The case is 22 1/2 inches tall and 14 7/16 inches wide. The dial has a 4 7/8 inch minute track (outside diameter). […]

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Last updated September 8, 2011

Birge, Peck & Co. Eight-Day Column and Cornice Weight Clock

August 16, 2011 | By | 4 Replies More
Birge, Peck & Co. Eight-Day Column and Cornice Weight Clock

This beautiful clock came into my shop for repair recently. It was made by Birge, Peck & Co., Bristol, Connecticut. The accepted name for this style of clock is “Eight-Day Standard Column and Cornice Clock”. I really like the reverse painted glass tablets in the doors. The middle glass shows “Public Square, New Haven”, and […]

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Last updated August 31, 2011