E. Ingraham & CO. Bristol, Connecticut. An Ionic wall clock.

This “Ionic” model wall clock is an attractive clock. It was made by the E. Ingraham & CO. in Bristol, Connecticut circa 1880. The case is veneered in rosewood and the bezels are walnut. The dial is painted on a tin pan and is original to the clock. The lower tablet is in wonderful condition. It is decorated in the center with a floral theme. The concentric rings are a shade of red. The eight-day time only movement is brass construction and is powered by a coil spring. It is die-stamped by the Maker on the front plate. The Maker’s label is in very good condition and is pasted onto the inside of the case on the backboard. This clock is approximately 21.75 inches long, 13.5 inches wide and 4 inches deep. It is a peach of an example.


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