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The Pearsall Family Japanned Oak and Pine Tall Case Clock, Imported English Case, Works by Thomas Pearsall (1744-1825), New York, Circa 1765

Estimate:

15,000 - 25,000 USD

Property from the Descants of the Delanoy Family

The Pearsall Family Japanned Oak and Pine Tall Case Clock, Imported English Case, Works by Thomas Pearsall (1744-1825), New York, Circa 1765

The Pearsall Family Japanned Oak and Pine Tall Case Clock, Imported English Case, Works by Thomas Pearsall (1744-1825), New York, Circa 1765

Estimate:

15,000 - 25,000 USD

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The Pearsall Family Japanned Oak and Pine Tall Case Clock

Imported English Case

Works by Thomas Pearsall (1744-1825)

New York

Circa 1765


Silvered Brass Dial engraved Thomas Pearsall New York. Case of English origin.

Height 97 5/8 in. by Width 19 1/2 in. by Depth 10 in.

In overall very fine condition. Original wrought iron staple, brass and wrought iron winding key, staple case key and probably a partially replaced pendulum. 3/4 inch of the bottom of the base moldings is restored. Finials are replaced.


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Thomas Pearsall (1744-1825) m. Elizabeth Dobson (1744-1813);

to their daughter, Elizabeth Pearsall (1767-1846) m. James Byrd (d. 1843);

to their daughter, Mary Byrd (1797-1843) who married John Dunbar Wright (1799-1879);

to their son, John Howard Wright (1828-1915) who married Sarah Jane Walton (1830-1913);

to their daughter, Mary Byrd Wright (1850-1912) who married John Edgar Corlies (1843–1883);

to their daughter, Annie Cornell Corlies (1874-1953) who married William C. Delanoy (1861-1944);

to their son, Douglas Delanoy (1895-1969) who married Eleanor Marquand (1897-1988);

to their daughter, the current consignor as a wedding present.