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H6913 Clock and components, shelf, striking, wood / metal / glass, made by F C Andrews, Bristol, Connecticut, United States of America, c. 1850. Click to enlarge.

Striking clock and components made by F C Andrews

Made
Clock, shelf, striking, wood veneer ogee, F.C. Andrews, Bristol, U.S.A., [c. 1850].(OF). American mantelpiece clock, made by F.C. Andrews, Bristol, Connecticut. 28" long, 17" wide, 4 1/2"deep. Painted subject of beehive on glass front.(SB).

Summary

Object No.

H6913

Object Statement

Clock and components, shelf, striking, wood / metal / glass, made by F C Andrews, Bristol, Connecticut, United States of America, c. 1850

Physical Description

Clock, shelf, striking, wood veneer ogee, F.C. Andrews, Bristol, U.S.A., [c. 1850].(OF). American mantelpiece clock, made by F.C. Andrews, Bristol, Connecticut. 28" long, 17" wide, 4 1/2"deep. Painted subject of beehive on glass front.(SB).

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Calvert, D, 1961

Acquisition Date

1 December 1961

Cite this Object

Harvard

Striking clock and components made by F C Andrews 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 7 December 2021, <https://ma.as/246949>

Wikipedia

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