Family Find in Garage

by Mary

This mantel clock is a Seth Thomas. It was made in Thomaston, Connecticut. Our research leads us to believe it is from the 1880s or early 1900s before Seth Thomas company was sold.

It measures 25 inches tall and 12 inches wide. It has a pendulum and a gong strike, It is encased in wood and has beautiful attached pillars in a burled style of wood on either side. The clock door which conceals the pendulum and gong is made of wood and has glass and a mirror on the bottom.

The original instructions for winding the clock are still well readable; however, there are no markings to dilineate the type or year it was made.

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