The genius of this George Nelson designed clock by Howard Miller is in the combination of a classic pendulum wall clock with a sleek modern sensibility. It is both elegant and elegance deconstructed, with a beautiful walnut case on the outside and see-the-workings lucite on the inside. It is an 8-day key wind clock, with the key included. It works, keeps good time, and definitely owns the wall upon which it is hung. The swinging chrome pendulum is soothing, the overall impact very fresh and yet grown-up at once. A high-quality mid-century piece.
36" H x 17" (at widest), 9" W at narrow, 5" Deep
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