Dollhouse Miniature Ohio Clock
Senator David Daggett ordered this clock from Thomas Voigt in 1815. In 1817, it stood in the old Senate chamber and has held its current post outside the chamber’s south door since 1859. No one knows why it is called the “Ohio” clock since it was made in Philadelphia. One theory says it commemorates Ohio becoming the 17th state on account of the case’s shell having 17 stars.
It is 1/12 scale, which is the most common scale for dollhouses and dollhouse miniatures. It means that if an object is 12 inches in real life, it is sized down to a one inch as a miniature.
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