9 June 2014
AN AMERICAN GILT-BRONZE STANDING CLOCK-CASE
BY EDWARD F. CALDWELL & CO., NEW YORK, CIRCA 1909
Cast overall with pierced scrollwork and chrysanthemum, enclosing a pocketwatch-style clock
12 in. (30.5 cm.) high
Edward Theodore Caldwell, son of Edward F. Caldwell (d.1914), New York.
Thence by descent to present owner.
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This finely-cast 'standing clock' appears in a 1909 Caldwell company design record designating it as a sample for Edward F. Caldwell himself.
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