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Antique Clocks

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Our antique clocks have been serviced by our expert clock makers and are fully functioning. We ship and install antique clocks anywhere in the United States.

Demystify antique clock collecting by visiting our resources for early American clock styles, antique clock terms, and a list of early American clockmakers.

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Antique Furniture

Link to view our selection of fine early American furniture

Our antique furniture is truly heirloom quality. We ship and install antique furniture anywhere in the United States.

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Accessories

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Our antique accessories are truly unique. We ship and install antique accessories anywhere in the United States.

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The exhibit is fully installed and open to the public as of Sunday October 6th. Opening night was a huge success with enthusiastic response from all a...

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Gary interviewed by syndicated columnist in a series estate antiques.
Gary has been interviewed by syndicated columnist Marni Jameson for an ongoing series on evaluating and managing Estate antiques.  Marni has conn...

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Posted in: Interviews
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Willard family of clockmakers article in Design New England
Gary and I were very pleased to be interviewed for an article that appears in Design New England this month. The article is an overview of the Willard...

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Elisha Cushing Jr. Antique High Chest Sells in Wyoming
This is a fantastic story about an important piece of furniture that found it’s way to us. We purchased a high chest from a country auction hou...

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Posted in: Press
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Here is the review of our booth at 2011 TAAS [The American Antique Show]  We had another great year with strong sales, good turn our and a great selection of important objects.  Sadly, this was the last year for this show.  We intend to be present at a show in New York in 2012 during antiques week, which is always the third week in January.  We will announce our plans so please look for postings  here.

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A 28" tall Federal mirror clock by Joshua Wilder of Hingham, Massachusetts, with eight-day time-and-passing-strike (i.e., just oA 28" tall Federal mirror clock by Joshua Wilder of Hingham, Massachusetts, with eight-day time-and-passing-strike (i.e., just one bong on the hour), sold in the room for $35,550 (est. $25,000/35,000) to collector Joe Arvay. The underbidder on the phone was dealer Gary R. Sullivan of Sharon, Massachusetts.

While researching the award-winning Harbor & Home: Furniture of Southeastern Massachusetts, 1710-1850, with Brock Jobe and Jack O'Brien, Sullivan located a total of five mirror clocks made by Wilder, including the present one, which sold at Skinner on June 8, 1997, for $25,300. Robert Cheney recalls that he tried to buy it at that sale but was unsuccessful. A couple of years later, Cheney said he bought it at Christie's for roughly the same price. It went on from there to be owned by others.ne bong on the hour), sold in the room for $35,550 (est. $25,000/35,000) to collector Joe Arvay. The underbidder on the phone was dealer Gary R. Sullivan of Sharon, Massachusetts.

While researching the award-winning Harbor & Home: Furniture of Southeastern Massachusetts, 1710-1850, with Brock Jobe and Jack O'Brien, Sullivan located a total of five mirror clocks made by Wilder, including the present one, which sold at Skinner on June 8, 1997, for $25,300. Robert Cheney recalls that he tried to buy it at that sale but was unsuccessful. A couple of years later, Cheney said he bought it at Christie's for roughly the same price. It went on from there to be owned by others.

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Posted in: Reviews
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Gary paid a visit to the New York set of the PBS Television series FIND!. The identical twin hosts Leigh and Leslie Keno, of Antiques Roadshow fame, invited Gary to explain a rare clock they had recently filmed in a home. The Kenos called on Gary's expertise to evaluate this unusual “lyre” form clock that was produced in Charlestown, Massachusetts by Zacheus Gates. The clock was a grand slam, not only was it a uncommon and very desirable form, but it was produced by a rare maker and survives in immaculate condition. It was the best of the form.

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