This is the kind of movement one might expect to find in a expensive "petite sonnerie" European clock.
Seth Thomas used this movement in only three models, the Atlas shown here and Hecla (shelf clocks), and the wall-hanging "Marcy".
All were 8-day in oak cases with alarms as an extra cost option.
In the late 1600's to the early 1700's, there were people calling themselves clockmakers, but there are no existing clocks that substantiate this claim, so my position on the subject is that they were clock repairman that worked on imported clocks that were brought here by the wealthy.Like most mantle clocks, it can be regulated from the front without stopping the pendulum. Chauncey Jerome Thirty Hour Ogee clock circa 1841-1842 This is the oldest clock in my collection, and appropriately, one that changed American clockmaking.Chauncey Jerome began his career in clockmaking under Eli Terry.Many collectors seek to own all three over time (no pun).Physical: The (that, at first glance may have the patinated appearance of walnut) is in excellent condition and measures 22.5" high x 12" wide x 5.5" deep.Later, craftsmen opened shops in New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Maryland.