Antique mantel or desk clock, circa 1900, solid walnut case with string banding inlay, NO damage to the case, near mint condition. Cast brass bezel holds a thick beveled glass crystal, original dial is marked Boston. Clock is 6 3/4" tall, 5" wide, and 2 1/4" deep with a large 3 1/2" diameter dial.
The original American New Haven movement was beyond repair; entirely too many missing or broken parts to restore. The clock is now fitted with a new German quartz movement. Accuracy level in this clock works is within seconds a month. The clock runs accurately for one year on a single battery. Battery is not included. I can install a new battery for $5. There is no audible ticking. An excellent executive desk clock or even bedside. See photos.
I have a large selection of restored inlaid desk clocks with their original movements listed.
I have been a clock maker for 35+ years, I believe in doing it right the first time. I restore and sell only 100% Legitimate Antique Clocks in Mint to Excellent Restored condition.
Like this clock, I have some very nice decorative antique wall clocks and desk clocks with quartz movements. These few pieces are exceptional looking even though the clock movements could not be restored. The wall clocks are slave clocks and could not operate with out a large Master clock. To make them functional they have been converted to a high quality quartz battery movement. All clocks are on sale at savings of UP TO 50% OFF Retail.
We have a large selection of over 80, professionally restored Original antique Wall, Mantel, Shelf, Desk and Porcelain clocks listed. I have a good inventory of Tall Case, Long Case or Grandfather Clocks in our shop but not listed on this site. Let us know what you are looking for and wish to purchase.
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