One of our largest fold-up, wind-up travel clocks, and also one of the oldest, this sweet clock has been doing its job for decades and is ready to continue as usual. The leather is in good shape, as is the crystal and clock face. The metal has a bit of surface age but it doesn't detract from the overall beauty of this clock. Someone wrote their name and address on the interior cloth but it has faded away with time and only the shadow can still be detected. This is the kind of clock that the designers at Pottery Barn find in antique stores and then replicate...but it's always nicer to have the real thing.
5" x 4" x 2"
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