Seth Thomas mantle clock, "Greek", C. 1884. No doubt got its name from the urn on top and the columns on each corner. A large walnut cased clock, 24" high, plain yet has a lot of character. The columns are grooved and above they each have their capital and ornate top. Full black label inside, excellent nickel accessories including the nickel bob with an embossed brass "ST" center, nickel pendulum rod, nickel bell, and nickel dial rings, all polished. 8 day movement strikes the bell on each hour, running very good. Glass is original, dial is replaced paper. The walnut case has original finish and is very dirty. It looks like someone thought about cleaning the case and decided it was a lot of trouble. Maybe some polish cleaner would help the case, it looks dull. The urn looks identical to all of this model I have had, but just too nice to be 120 years old, I will call it replaced. Ly-Seth Thomas #1296.