Ansonia Clock Co., "Antique Hanging", ca 1904. One of many different models they made with brass ornamentation applied over the case. Some brass pieces are quite large and very detailed. The top piece for instance is a scene of a teacher and 2 pupils. There is another large piece behind the pendulum.The 46.5" mahogany case has the original dark finish. There is no crazingso would guess it has been cleaned at some point with furniture polish, butdefinitely not refinished. The brass is clean, the clock is running, so itis ready to hang and enjoy. No doubt the nicest we have ever had. I wentover it with a fine tooth comb and can only find one tiny repair. One ofthe top finials probably fell and broke a tiny piece off the back about halfthe size of a pea. It was either glued back or filled with wood putty andstained. Positively insignificant and would never be seen unless you werelooking like I was, for any deficiencies. Movement is 8 day, half hour gongstrike, running great. Everything original, correct, as nice as youcould hope to find. Ly-Ansonia, pages 178-179.