Full-featured with a triple chime Kieninger movement, the Samuel Watson mantel clock is a lovely traditional with its carriage
housing. Crafted in wood with a hand-glazed finish, the upright cabinet design with a stepped base features a rectangular
domed top and brass-finish bail handle. An ornate face with bracketing spandrels and a silver-tone chapter ring adds to its
Samuel Watson Mantel Clock:
Named after the famous English clockmaker of the late 1600s
Brass finished dial offers a silver chapter ring and decorative corner spandrels
Key-wound, triple chime movement with chime silence option and durable bronze bushings
Finished in Windsor Cherry on select hardwoods and veneers
c1879 ,Seth Thomas Movement -Fashion-marked on top face. Patented March 18,1879. This is a mantle- wall and displays perfect
on the floor clock, will display very well in all areas. Box side key and pendulum with clock key are all present. This clock
is complete. Upper left corner, a very small area- the veneer is a little uneven inside the crease(Not chipping or damaged),
the rest of the clock is in EXCELLENT CONDITION The clock is almost 140 years old,not perfect as with all antiques but EXCELLENT
CONDITION FOR AGE-SOLD AS IS!! MEASURES: 26 3/4" x 13 3/4" x 4 3/4". PLEASE WAIT FOR INVOICE!-------------------------------------:
The Seth Thomas Clock Company was founded by Seth Thomas and began producing clocks in 1813. It was incorporated as the
"Seth Thomas Clock Company" in 1853. The company manufactured clock movements for the Self Winding Clock Company
from 1886 thru the early 1890s, in addition to its standard offering of longcase clocks, mantel, wall, and table-top clocks.
On May 7, 1926, Seth Thomas Clock Company filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for trademark protection
of the Seth Thomas brand with regard to clocks. The trademark was granted with a registration date of October 12, 1926 and
assigned registration number 0219268. The trademark is still active as of the last renewal date of February 17, 2017.
In 1968 General Time Corporation, consisting of the Westclox and Seth Thomas brands and the Westclox operation in Canada,
was acquired from Talley Industries. Westclox Canada was the only company that came close to matching the production of Canada's
leading clock company, The Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company.
Seth Thomas Clock Company was later owned by the Colibri Group. The company ceased operations on January 16, 2009, and
went into receivership, but returned to business as of May 4, 2009, under the ownership of CST Enterprises in Cranston, Rhode
Island. No manufacturing is underway, however an entire line of Seth Thomas Clocks is now available made by another clock
builder for CST under the Seth Thomas brand.
Howard Miller® Bradley Limited Edition Key-Wound Triple-Chime Mantel Clock 630-260
Limited Edition Mantel Clock - only two thousand are crafted - finished in a highly polished and buffed Windsor Cherry
with fifteen different species of hardwood and veneers.
Bookmatched Russian Walnut Burl on the Cherry case features a Movingue border with Ebony and Maple accent lines and decorative
inlay consisting of Padauk, Silver Gum, Wenge, Magnolia, Beech, Avodire, Anegre, Pearwood, English Sycamore, and Kingwood.
The ornate dial features a pierced, polished brass cast center and applied satin black Arabic numerals on a silver chapter
ring. The cast center disk is numbered and specially inscribed with "Limited Edition."
Curved, beveled glass panels offer a view of the intricate workings of the brass movement. Polished brass also lines the
inside bottom of the case.
Hinged door on the backside offers easy access to the movement and convenient winding key storage.
Key-wound, triple-chime Kieninger movement plays choice of Westminster, St. Michael, or Whittington 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4
chimes accordingly with full chime and strike on the hour.
Finished in Windsor Cherry on select hardwoods and veneers.
You will receive a free heirloom plate, engraved with name and date, by returning the enclosed request card to Howard
Made in the USA.