This is a very fine oak jeweler's regulator clock. I believe it is a Waterbury Jewelers Regulator Clock #7. Circa 1890 with carved broken arch top over carved cornice and pedestal, 12 inch brass and enameled dial with roman numerals. Carved oak, partly quartersawn case regulator with pinwheel movement. Unusual drop down dial cabinet door. Clock was maintained by 2 different shops over the last 50 years. Includes original pendulum bob in large lyre form. Pendulum has alternating nickel and brass finish on the rods. For literature see Tran Ly's book title "Waterbury Clocks and Watches" page 174 and 151. As with all of my clocks, this clock has recently been professionally service and is running properly. Overall size is 74 high, 20 wide, and 11 deep. I have photographed this piece sitting on the floor but it is setup to be a wall hanging clock. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will help arrange shipping for you; my experience with large or small has been excellent. I do offer an easy layaway program. Usually just 20% down with the remaining term somewhat negotiable---I try to be very flexible on this. Just email to discuss layaway terms. I guarantee everything I sell to be authentic - no exceptions. I have been in business over 30 years and my reputation is without flaw. Contact me for further information about our online catalog which has photos of all of our current inventory. We normally have additional photos in our catalog. Thanks for looking!