Les, very nice! Based on the serial number my present data set indicates 1907 manufacturing year. Could be earlier, I'm working to figure out why there are almost no JUF clocks show up with serial numbers below 50,000.
At last some daylight for photographing. I've since cleaned the base and pendulum and changed the suspension spring, seems plenty of go in it, no stickiness in the mainspring, so I haven't done the movement yet.
The base, pillars and crown are well documented. They were almost certainly made by an independent supplier, who supplied JUF, Kienzle, Wurth and maybe others. It is almost certainly original to the clock.
Ulan, as Les points out this particular design was made by a third party and sold to several makers. There are at least four distinct designs being the Caryatid (this one), the Ram, the Swan, and the Wheat Stalk. The first of these I have documented appear in 1902 on an Andreas Huber "Patent Angemeldet" back plate clock. Following that they are found with clocks having movements made by Würth, Ph. Hauck, Jahresuhren-Fabrik, and Kienzle. They appear throughout the period between 1902 and the beginning of WWI.