Standing tall and proud is this all american classic shelf clock. Made in mid-19th century Connecticut by the Seth Thomas Clock Company. Needs winding about one time per week. Reverse painted glass panels featuring red roses.Marbleized veneer half columns with gilt features. Measures about 33 1/4" tall and 18 1/2" wide. Original paper label by Case, Lockwood Company dates this clock to 1860's. We do not skimp on any packing material including bubble wrap, peanuts, styrofoam, double boxing etc. Please do not even ask. This is merchandise regardless if you are giving it as a gift. Size and weights limits differ from country to country. Import regulations differ from country to country. We are Tim and Wendy Ingersoll.
Partners in life, we enjoy enriching our relationship through socializing with friends and family and participating in new experiences together. Partners in business, we are continually expanding our horizons through hands-on experience and extra-curricular workshops related to e-commerce.
A strong belief that you receive what you give inspires us to grow personally and professionally. E-bay messages are typically responded to within 24 hours. Tailor your auctions with Auctiva's.The item "Antique Seth Thomas Triple Decker Pillar 8 Day Shelf Clock" is in sale since Friday, December 08, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Shelf, Mantel". The seller is "squarenuts6167" and is located in Greenfield, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.