Restored Antique Ingraham Mantel Clock circa 1911 For Sale
Restored Antique Ingraham Mantel Clock circa 1911: $485.00
This Ingraham Mantle clock dates to 1911 and was made in the United States of America.
This Ingraham movement is dated 4/11 ( April 1911)
Movement has been completely overhauled and is in working condition. Movement taken apart, ultrasonically cleaned, repairs made as needed, new springs installed, lubricated and tested. Includes key and pendulum.
Cabinet has been refinished. Please see photos as I have tried to show the condition of the cabinet. The dial has been replaced with an historically accurate dial which is a replica of the original one. Label on rear is a replica.
It measures approx. 15" wide x 11” hi. Clock strikes a bell on the half hour and gongs the hour on the hour. This is an 8-day strike clock and it has to be wound weekly. The pendulum and a key are included. Thanks for your interest.
This clock comes with instructions on how to set the beat if necessary. Plus, I give other info on troubleshooting if needed. You also get my contact info in case you have any questions, problems, or concerns. Please ask any questions before offerding. Shipping to U.S. only. Thanks! And please see my other sales.
38.00 shipping in 48 states.
Many of these clocks are close to 100 years old if not older. Many have been altered or damaged over the years. I make repairs as needed to bring these old clocks back to their original beauty.
I will replace a dial only if it needs it and most do. I replace dials with copies of the original dial. I have collected dials over the years and I reproduce my own dials with their names and logos as they were originally produced.
I do clean the clock cases and take them apart. Some have minor damage from the years and others need some major repairs.I use the original finish if possible and match the original if necessary. Many of these clocks have small dents or flaws from when they were made or have been damaged at some time over the years. I repair these damaged spots and don’t just paint over them.
The engravings of the black clocks are restored by hand. This is time consuming and takes patience. I do this myself and find it really adds to the beauty of these clocks.
My restorations include the cabinet, dial, movement, ornaments, painted or natural wood finish, engravings, case insides, and re-assembly as needed for a solid clock.
Movements have been disassembled, cleaned, repairs made, reassembled, and tested.
I want you to be happy with your clock. If you have any problems with a purchased clock, let me know. I will be happy to take it back or help you find the problem. I supply my contact info with purchase if you need to contact me. Thanks!!