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Nice old shelf clock made by Gilbert in Winsted, Conn. Approximately 5 inches tall, 8 1/4 inches wide and 2 1/4 inches deep. Case appears to be made of mahogany wood, dial is paper. Finish on wood has crazed, back of clock mechanism has oxidation, but clock runs well and keeps good time. Overall good vintage condition, wood has nice patina.

The William L. Gilbert Clock Company was formed in 1871 at Winsted, Conn. to succeed the Gilbert Manufacturing Company (1866-1871) which had been dissolved after a fire destroyed the factory. These firms had grown out of the clockmaking operations of William L. Gilbert (1806-890) who, since 1828, had been involved in various clockmaking partnerships in Bristol, Farmington and Winsted, Connecticut.

Antique Gilbert Mantle Shelf Clock, Made in Winsted, Conn USA


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: mahogany wood, glass, tin
  • Only ships within United States.
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