Vintage Seth Thomas Adamantine Mantel Clock
This beautiful vintage mantel clock by Seth Thomas is a stunning piece of history. With a striking design that captures the essence of the Victorian era, this clock is a true antique. Crafted from wood, brass, and glass, it features an analog display and mechanical movement, making it a unique addition to any collection. This clock includes several notable features, including pendulum/moving parts, wind-up functionality, keys and winders, chimes, and an 8-day power reserve. The clock was manufactured in 1880, making it a true vintage piece. Don’t miss your chance to own this one-of-a-kind Seth Thomas mantel clock. Classic faux marble columns and brass finishes. A great addition to any traditional decor. The clock measures 16 inches wide, 11 inches tall and 7 inches deep. Seth Thomas is a name that has represented quality and craftsmanship since 1813. Their patent of adamantine vainer by the Celluloid Manufacturing Company in 1881 gave their clocks an appearance of the more expensive marble clocks that were being imported from Europe but made them more affordable. The vainer is an early form of plastic. It came in many different colors from the most popular black, white and also colored patterns wood grain, onyx and marble. Seth Thomas is very well known for these adamantine mantle clocks. This clock is an eight day clock with a strike on a gong on the hour and a strike on a bell at the half hour. This clock has an 89 movement which was their most popular movement and used being in 1900 to 1940. The 89 movements have been deemed one of the best movements due to their quality and ability to reduce wear which is a clocks enemy. Priced way below value especially with the key as most people seem to not have the key. Thank you for looking and your interest.