Howard Miller Alexi Quartz Wall Clock

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Howard Miller - Wall Clocks - 625390 - This traditional wall clock is a scaled-down version of a grandfather clock with all the same presence and character. Distinguished by its dual-tone cabinet, two-tone wood dial and spun brass pendulum bob, the Alexi has a genuinely sophisticated character. A convex glass crystal join a worn black finish to complete the look and appeal of the Alexi Quartz Wall Clock.Features:-Wall Clock features quality hardwood cabinet construction and an attractive two-tone wooden dial-Wall Clock has a worn black / antique red finish-Wall Clock features a wood stick pendulum with spun brass bob-Aged antique dial with Arabic numerals and brass-tone spade hands-Convex glass crystal-Antique red inset panelSpecifications:-Overall dimensions: 27.5" H x 11.5" W x 3.25" D-Weight: 14.5 lb-Accessories not included.

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