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A FEDERAL GRAIN-PAINTED AND STENCIL-DECORATED DWARF CLOCK
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF RICHARD T. KANTER
A FEDERAL GRAIN-PAINTED AND STENCIL-DECORATED DWARF CLOCK

DIAL SIGNED BY JONATHAN WINSLOW (1765-1847), MASSACHUSETTS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

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A FEDERAL GRAIN-PAINTED AND STENCIL-DECORATED DWARF CLOCK
DIAL SIGNED BY JONATHAN WINSLOW (1765-1847), MASSACHUSETTS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY
The inside case door bears Nina Fletcher Little's paper label: This clock was made by Jonathan Winslow, born in Hardwick, Mass., on August 15, 1765. Apprenticed to Cheney, Benjamin and Timothy of East Hartford, Connecticut? where he carried on his trade but lived in Warren, New Salem, Worcester and Springfield Mass. Died in Springfield July 20, 1847. See March issue Antiques for 1938.
47¼ in. high, 10¾ in. wide, 7 in. deep
Provenance
Robert Tompkins, Montague, Massachusetts, 1960
Bertram K. Little and Nina Fletcher Little, Brookline, Massachusetts
Sold, Sotheby's, New York, 29 January 1994, lot 111
Literature
Nina Fletcher Little, Little By Little: Six Decades of Collecting American Decorative Arts (New York, 1984), p.22, fig. 28.

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