Seth Thomas & Sons, metal case with female figure, listed in the catalogs as "No. 8029 ,"ca 1876. The quality and detail of this clock is very good. You can actually see the fingernails and the flower petal she is holding in her right hand. Not being a metallurgist is a hindrance here. The catalogs say these statues were gilt or silver finish. I must assumes he has been sandblasted and coated with dark paint. She looks good this way but would be stunning in gold gilt. 8 day, half hour bell strike, round movement with outside count wheel, and running. White porcelain dial chipped around the winding arbors, beveled glass. Ly-American, Volume 2, No.865.