Gustav Stickley Hall Clock, Model No. 3
La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley hall clock, Model No. 3, beveled top over an original brass and copper face with sunburst patterns at corners over a single door with glass pane and original hardware, original pendulum and weights, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 21.5"w x 13.5"d x 71.5"h.
The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York, 1987, Model No. 3, p. 95.
Thomas K. Maher, The Kaufmann Collection, Treadway Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio and John Toomey Gallery, Oak Park, Illinois, 1996, p. 14-15, paneled window version with a circular cutout ca. 1903.
Kevin Tucker, Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts Movement, Dallas Museum of Art, Yale University Press, 2010, ca. 1904 example from the Robert Kaplan Collection. Sweep second hand version.
Christie's Important American Arts and Architectural Designs, New York, June 10, 1989, p. 31 (Arthur Sagendorph Collection), late 1902 version with a horizontal mullion in the door and a wood panel cut-out face with a second hand.
as described; in working order; break to interior at bottom, likely caused by a weight dropping