The Howard Miller 620510 Gerrit II Wall Clock a stunning wooden wall clock with a transition style. This key wound wall clock is finished in Espresso on select hardwoods and veneers, offering a bold but classic large wall clock design. This wall clock is a proof that Howard Miller never sacrifices functionality for aesthetics.
Howard Miller Gerrit II Wall Clock Overview
Detailed Face: Known for their detailed designs, this Howard Miller wooden wall clock features a white dial with charcoal gray Arabic numerals and charcoal gray hour and minute hands, behind a flat glass panel.
Pendulum Wall Clock: A brushed nickel-finished pendulum bob hangs on a wooden stick finished in Espresso, complementing the entire piece.
Mechanical Movement: The clock features a high-precision movement that is key-wound. This large wall clock comes equipped with an industry-exclusive dual-ratchet winding arbor that ensures safe movement winding
Westminster Chime: This melodic wall clock plays 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 chimes accordingly with full chime and strikes on the hour. The sound is excellent thanks to the
durable bronze bushings. 🎶 Click here to listen to the Westminster Chime**.
Extra Features: A chime silence option is added for more convenience.
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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* Product specifications are subject to change without notice. Actual finishes, levels of distressing, and fabrics may vary from product photography and video content shown.
**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.