Gary R. Sullivan Antiques Inc.

For nearly 40 years Gary Sullivan has specialized in important American antique furniture from the Queen Anne through Classical periods, with particular emphasis on important American clocks. Sullivan is a nationally recognized authority on early American clocks.
P.O. Box 431
Sharon MA, 02067
Gary R. Sullivan, President
Matthew J. Buckley, Associate
Important 18th and early 19th Century American clockmaker and related period furniture.
An elegant New York Classical window bench, interpreted in the graceful manner of Duncan Phyfe, circa 1810.
A monumental Classical mahogany tall case clock by John Bailey Jr., New Bedford, Mass, circa 1835-40. The clock was produced for the highly influential and historically important abolitionist, John A. Collins of New BedfordA handsome Philadelphia Chippendale armchair with bold arms, four carved shells and distinctive drake feet, circa 1760.Phoenix carved arm from an important New York City Chippendale mahogany round-about chair, circa 1770