I bought this clock at the NAWCC convention mart in June 2019. The clock is a Seth Thomas roundtop with lyre 8-day movement + alarm. I am guessing the 1870s. The case is in exceptional condition except for a sliver of veneer missing between the 9 and 12 o'clock position on the wood dial bezel. I have done veneer repairs in the past. My question is, would you leave it alone or do the veneer repair? I believe it is Brazilian Rosewood and I have a small supply.