Posted 6 years ago
A Green Onyx Whitehall Hammond art deco clock. The case on this clock is in great shape, however the movement was not. Whoever owned the clock previously really cut the cord, more than likely jerked the cord out of the clock (see second picture, no cord cut here). I had to open the electrical core of the clock to put a new cord in. While I was at it, I took the opportunity to clean and oil the open rotor of the clock, put it back together, plugged it in, gave the primer knob a spin in back and off she went. These clocks are easy to repair. This clock is not as large as the previous clock in the white alabaster set I posted, it is about 7 in tall, 11 in wide, and 3 in in depth.
I replaced the cord with a gold fiber wrapped cord, and added a new plug to it. With it's new cord and plug it really looks period.