Tablet from a c. 1827-1832 Jeromes & Darrow transition-style wood works clock (photos courtesy of R. Markowitz).
Reverse side of tablet with the signature of Harriet A. Pond in the lower right. The liberal splash of yellow as the top layer of the reverse-painted tablet appears to be a characteristic of Pond’s work (if the two known examples are representative).
Detail of Harriet’s signature, also in yellow.
Tablet from a c. 1827-1832 Samuel Terry transition-style wood works clock (photos by MMB, courtesy of T. Zimmerman). The neo-classical building appears to be the same as the one in the first example.
Reverse side of tablet, with characteristic yellow paint and signature “H. A. Pond.”