Seth Thomas "10 Inch Drop Octagon Gilt", ca 1898, and so stamped on the back of the case. Made of mahogany veneer, polished and with gilt lines around top and base, now hardly visible at all. You can see an outline where gilt used to be but years of handling and cleaning has obliterated most. Case is 21.5 inches high, very clean and still polished, top glass replaced, bottom original, full label, original pendulum, dial, and hands. Factory stamp on the back indicates the clock was made Jan. 1898. You will note the name printed on the dial, "T.W. Potter, Kensington", which I suppose is England. All black on the dial has been highlighted; I would bet was done by Mr. Potter. 8 day timepiece, running well. Ly-Seth Thomas #506.