Made of mahogany, gilt pine, and brass.
Provenance: Phillip and Ann Holzer Collection, New York.
Reference: The clock appears in The Philip and Ann Holzer Collection, number 32, page 94. A very similar clock also signed by Aaron Willard, Jr., appears in Petrucelli and Sposato, American Banjo Clocks, figures 122-123, page 93. Note the similar European pastoral scene on the lower glass as well as the identical dial and hands.
A reverse image of this scene appears on a clock made by William Grant of Boston, please see figure 2-64 of Philip Zea and Robert Cheney, Clockmaking in New England: 1725-1825, An Interpretation of the Old Sturbridge Village Collection, page 55.
|Dealer||Bernard & S. Dean Levy|
|Artist/Maker||Aaron Willard, Jr.|
|Measurements||Height: 31 3/4 inches; Width: 10 inches; Depth: 3 3/4 inches|
|Inventory||View Dealer's Inventory|
|Contact||Frank Levy, (212) 628-7088 or firstname.lastname@example.org|