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This unique floor clock design combines two rustic live edge wood slabs with contemporary polished nickel-finished metal accents with machine marks. Each clock is one-of-a-kind due to the natural imperfections of the solid rustic Acacia hardwood slabs with knots, raw edges and machine marks.
|Wood Type||Acacia hardwood|
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The modern white dial is suspended within two planks of rustic wood, which are supported by a polished nickel-finished base with machine marks
An applied black Roman numeral "12", black hour markers, and black hour and minute hands sit behind a glass crystal and are surrounded by a polished nickel-finished bezel, completing the look. With highly polished and reflective metal finishes, natural blemishes are normal. In addition, this clock features machine marks in its appearance.
A polished nickel-finished, split disc pendulum swings behind—and is visible in the gap of—the two wood planks
Adjustable levelers under each corner provide stability on uneven and carpeted floors. Simple assembly required. INT1016
Quartz, battery-operated movements requires one AA sized battery and two D sized batteries (not included)
Incomparable workmanship. Unsurpassed quality. A quest for perfection. It’s what Howard C. Miller insisted on when he founded the company back in 1926, at the age of 21. During World War II, Howard Miller joined forces with the Ford Motor Co. to produce anti-aircraft covers. In the 1960s, the company turned its attention to grandfather clocks, eventually earning the company the title of "World's Largest Grandfather Clock Manufacturer." In 1989, Howard Miller began creating collectors cabinets with the same attention to detail and craftsmanship inherent in their clockmaking. Fashioned from glass and hardwoods, the cabinets are ideal for displaying heirlooms, plates, glassware and other collectibles.
We offer hundreds of items to complement any decor ranging from portable alarm clocks to desk sets to wall and mantel clocks to collectors cabinets to limited edition grandfather clocks. And in price ranges that may surprise you - from $5 to $15,000. No matter the price of the purchase, you have the same assurance that Howard C. Miller provided when he began offering clocks more than 70 years ago: That quality be reflected both in the products we create, and in the people whose artistic talents we rely on to manufacture them.
The legacy left by Howard C. Miller isn't an easy one to emulate. But it's the only way we know of doing business.
|Wood Type:||Acacia hardwood|