An extraordinary Quaker made tiger maple tall case clock attributed to Paul Rogers, Berwick Maine, circa 1800.
This distinctive clock exhibits wonderful regional characteristics associated with the Roger's family of clockmakers. The clock movement is constructed with iron plates and brass gears and is consistent with the work of Paul Rogers. The tiger maple case is constructed with a simple fretwork and a bracket foot that helps date the clock to the end of 18th Century when Paul Rogers was active. The wonderful folk art dial has a Quaker motif and is dramatically painted with black and red spandrel and an ornamented fan in the lunette. Height including finial 90 ½"; Width 20 ¼” Depth 10”.
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