Waterbury Clock Co. hanging "Study", we just don't know which one it is. It is not pictured in any of the catalogs in my library. The oak case is 30 inches high, 17 inches wide, which puts it in the category with some of the largest Study's and close to the Alabama. We believe the weights are correct as Waterbury used both twisted and plain weights. On the ends of the ladder chains are wood pine cones. The oak case has a cabinet finish, unusual and correct finials, brass ornaments, twisted columns, and the correct pendulum for this style clock. 8 day movement strikes the hours on a gong. Looking for negatives to report, a new paper dial is one and another is that the bottom ornament was cleaned and it lost some of the gilt. Thankfully they didn't do the other ornaments.