Tall Case Clock
Painted and grain-decorated pine tall case clock, attributed to Silas Hoadley, Plymouth, Conn.; the hood has broken pediment with wave scrolls and central squared finial (restored), plain pilasters flanking glass and grain-painted door; white-painted wooden face with Arabic numerals, painted spandrels and lunette medallions; trunk has small, double-arched door and graining above square section-base with shaped apron and bracket feet; all-over fancy painting of inlay; graining and floral medallions on red, black and ochre; 8-day wooden works, lead weight on string; 2 dead weights; a diver's weight and rod.
Attributed to Hoadley, Silas, 1786-1870 (Maker)
On paper jelly label on the top left of the inside case: ""Attrib. to/ Silas Hoadley/ Plymouth, CT""
- Location of origin
- Plymouth, CT, USA; CT, USA
- Associated Building
- Original to Cogswell's Grant (Essex, Mass.).
- Object type
- Timekeeping T&E
Connecticut (United States)
- Descriptive terms
CLOCK, TALL CASE
tall case clocks
- 83.5 x 18 x 10 (HxWxD) (inches)
- Accession Number
- Credit Line
- Gift of Bertram K. and Nina Fletcher Little