Antique Working 1920s SESSIONS 8 Day Wind-Up Mahogany Tambour Mantel Shelf Clock

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Item Specifics:

  • Brand:Sessions
  • Age:1900 - 1940
  • Modified Item:No
  • Time Period Manufactured:Antique (Pre-1930)
  • Featured Refinements:Antique Mantle Shelf Clock
  • Working:Yes!
  • Type:Mantel Parlor Shelf Desk Table Clock
  • Extras:Winding Key
  • Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
  • Style:Victorian Art Deco Gothic Nouveau Mantel Shelf
  • Design Style:Art Deco Tambour Humpback
  • Origin:USA
  • Maker Manufacturer Company:Sessions Clock Company USA
  • Movement:Sessions Round 8 Day Brass Mechanical Wind-Up
  • Chime:None
  • Dial:Metal Dial
  • Case:Solid Mahogany Wood Clock Case
  • Clock Type:Mantel Shelf Desk Clock
  • Size:19" Wide 8 1/2" Tall x 2 3/4" Deep

Description :

 Here is a recent estate find. This is a Rare Antique Working 1920's SESSIONS Mahogany Wood Tambour Humpback Mantel Shelf Clock, made by the Sessions Clock Company USA. This Clock measures 19" Wide x 8 1/2" Tall x 2 3/4" Deep, and is in Good Condition!!! This Has a Solid Mahogany Wood Footed Case with Classic Deco Mini Tambour Humpback Design. This has a Round Sessions Brass Mechanical 8 Day Wind-Up "Time Only" Mechanical Movement which Winds From The Front. This is a key Wind Clock, and Includes a Winding Key.  This Has a Deco Metal Dial, signed "SESSIONS Made in USA". The Clock is in Good Working Condition, But Has not Been Serviced, Sold As Found! This is a Unique Clock in Overall Good Original Condition with Normal Wear From Age, Click and Enlarge Photos for Details! Don't pass this one up!  This is Estate Fresh, Sold As Found. Due to the Delicate Nature of these Old Clocks, I am Selling This "As Is" with NO RESERVE. Clock may need to be lubed and adjusted again... [Read more]
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