Sessions mantle clock

Skier

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I have a Sessions mantle clock that I just recieved. It does not have a suspension spring, rod or pendulum. I am having trouble figuring out what I need. I tried Timesavers and Merrits and nothing seems to be correct. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
 

Skier

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Jun 15, 2004
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I have a Sessions mantle clock that I just recieved. It does not have a suspension spring, rod or pendulum. I am having trouble figuring out what I need. I tried Timesavers and Merrits and nothing seems to be correct. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
 

Scottie-TX

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This mantle clock: Is it a tambour (napoleon) style?) Other? Describe. Does it have a crutch or mechanism to transfer pendulum motion. A picture of the area in question would be very helpful. Thanks Scottie
 

Skier

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Here is a picture of the works. It is not a tambour style. It does have a crutch and an adjusting mechanism for slower of faster.
 

Mike Phelan

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Hi Skier
Looks just like my Ansonia, which uses a wire pendulum rod (USA = leader) with the suspension held on with a single rivet, and the lower end flattened and pinned to take a forked square rod in the bob.
I would have thought that they ought to be freely available from material dealers

Don
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