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.
View our inventory of antique clocks
Our antique furniture is truly heirloom quality. We ship and install antique furniture anywhere in the United States.
View our inventory of early American furniture
Our antique accessories are truly unique. We ship and install antique accessories anywhere in the United States.
View our inventory of antique accessories
Gary has been interviewed by syndicated columnist Marni Jameson for an ongoing series on evaluating and managing Estate antiques. Marni has connected with Gary via his appraisal work on the PBS series Antiques Roadshow. Follow each installment here on our blog, by clicking here.
Marni Jameson is a nationally syndicated home design columnist, and author of the best-selling The House Always Wins. Marni’s hugely popular syndicated column, “At Home With Marni Jameson,” appears in more than 30 newspapers throughout the United States and Canada reaching 7 million readers each week. Marni's column offers advice and guidance filtered through her personal experiences.
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 family of clockmakers and centers around the author's visit to the Willard House and Clock Museum, in Grafton, Massachusetts. While our most scholarly readers and clients may find it elemental, it is targeted toward the emerging collector. We view it as an important opportunity to reach these readers as they begin to explore antique collecting. A grandfather clock or banjo clock is often a first purchase for our new clients. The impact of a fine American clock, as a focal point in an entryway or living room, sets a theme around which to decorate. Follow this link to read the entire article by Bruce Irving.
Here is an interview I did with Style Music TV at The American Antique Show last year. The style of the interview is pretty laid-back, but the content that I get a chance to convey is fun. It also offers a great chance to see my booth and what goes on at the show. The clip is one piece, watch the beginning to see Martha Stewart, but my portion is from 3:45-7:10
"I bought an Aaron Willard tall-case clock with a spectacular Boston-made dial depicting a fisherman in the lunette, a fine old surface, and with a mint paper label inside the door and a fine old surface," said Sharon, Massachusetts, dealer Gary Sullivan on the phone, incredulous at his good luck. "I found it on line," said Sullivan, "but it wasn't given away."
Maine Antique Digest, August, 2010.
Gary Sullivan is a clock and furniture dealer, as well as an appraiser for “Antiques Roadshow.” In this scholarly interview, Sullivan explains the differences between early American tall-case, banjo, and dwarf clocks and offers tips on what to watch out for when buying these popular antiques. Sullivan’s book, “Harbor and Home: Furniture of Southeastern Massachusetts, 1710-1850,” was published last year.
Featured Interview, Collectors Weekly.