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$ 28,500

An Eight Day Walnut Tall Case Clock, Circa 1795, Isaac & Ellis Chandlee

Documentation Signed
Period 18th Century
H. 98 in;
H. 248.92 cm;
Condition The door lip is restored; the door finish has been replaced to match the existing old surface of the case.
Creation Date Circa 1795
Description Signed Isaac & Ellis Chandlee, Nottingham, Maryland.

The Case Attributed to the Shop of Jacob Brown, Circa 1795.

This clock represents the third generation of clock makers from this family working in Nottingham. Ellis and Isaac worked together from approximately 1792 to 1804.

Nottingham was originally situated in Chester County, Pennsylvania, With the ratification of the Mason Dixon Line in 1769 it became a part of Cecil County, Maryland

This clock descended directly in the Breckinridge Family to Mrs. (Breckinridge) Field, and then to her son-in-law.
Styles / Movements Americana, Other, Traditional
Dealer Reference Number G-322
Incollect Reference Number 97388
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