Long and slender, yet quite heavy, this Howard Miller pendulum clock in oak is a handsome piece, made for a grown-up’s home. There is some minor scratching around the key holes and a few minor face blemishes and nicks on the case, but none of that detracts from the overall great condition. It is an 8-day winder and keeps good time. Case is solid oak, hands are metal, pendulum is brass, and face is a lacquered composite board. Key included. Circa 1975.
34.5"H x 10.5" W x 4.5" D
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