Sessions Arts & Crafts Wall Clock C. 1915

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This c.1915 Sessions wall clock made in Forrestville, CT is in working condition, but needs a good cleaning. The clock hints at Craftsman style and features a simple rectangular case with a full glass front door with gold painted parallel lines. The dial face is in very good condition, but the bezel is oxidized and in poor cosmetic condition. All roman numerals are crisp and readable. The pendulum appears to be original. This clock is part of the Sessions Home Assortment collection indicated by a partial label on its back. The clock comes with a key and includes a spring gong. 

Condition: The clock is in good, running condition, but needs a good cleaning and we always recommend service by a reputable clock shop to ensure accuracy and longevity. 


19.25" High x 8.25" Wide x 4" Deep


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