You are viewing a rare Chippendale style crotch mahogany granddaughter clock with satin wood inlays. Having a broken arch pediment bonnet with American brass eagle surmount, gadrooned carved edges. Made by American clock maker William Heine of Philadelphia, PA in the Mid-20th Century, possibly one of his last bench-made clocks. Note the hand painted dial and moving sailing ship second hand. Also with a brass handmade 30 hour movement with original single lead weight, and brass pendulum. Probably the most significant feature is the original maker's label on the inside movement. Measuring 13W X 8D X 61H, in good working condition. Please view all pictures and let us know if you have any questions!