This stately wood mantel clock from the clock experts at Hammond is in really nice shape. It keeps time and runs quietly, and has a lovely design. See the “start” button on the back? It dates from the early days of plug-in clocks, when you actually had to start them like cars. So, this clock comes with a built in conversation starter as well as being a functional piece of sculpture.
9" x 8" W x 3" D; Clock face is 5" diameter
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