Make a subtle yet elegant statement with the Howard Miller 620234 David Wall Clock that’s perfect for any traditional setting. Its beautiful detailing sets it apart from other timepieces in the home. It’s as functional as it is handsome, and while it captures the essence of bygone eras it can easily fit into a more transitional space, too.
Howard Miller David Wall Clock Overview
All in the Details: It’s the little features that transform this chiming wall clock into a work of art. It’s finished in Windsor Cherry and boasts a swan neck pediment and turned finial. The contrasting ivory dial has a polished brass-finished bezel, Roman numerals, and decorative hands. Safely wind the movement thanks to an exclusive dual-ratchet winding arbor.
Traditional Design: This traditional wall clock with pendulum finished in brass and accented by a decorative grid is perfect for any living room, home office, or hallway.
Precision Movement: A high-precision, key-wound, Westminster chime movement plays 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 chimes accordingly, with full chime and strike on the hour. Chime silence option provided. 🎶 Click here to listen to the Westminster Chime**.
Returns: If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, we will gladly accept your return or exchange within 30 days. Read more…
Product Warranty: Premier Clocks is proud to be an Authorized Dealer of Howard Miller. Manufacturer warranty is included. If you have specific questions, please contact us.
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**The audio file is for reference only. Do not expect that your clock will sound exactly the same. All clocks differ in tone and have their unique voices and even when the same melody is played there may be significant variations.