This is a unique mantel clock, with a round quartz clock that “floats” within a larger brass circle, thanks to the miracle that is Lucite. It is in very good condition. The clock takes double A batteries, keeps perfect time and runs quietly. There are no scratches to the Lucite, though the brass rim has some minor scuffs (pictured). It is both stately and contemporary. Circa 1985.
Lucite circle is 8.5" diameter, Clock face is 5" diameter; Base is 2.75" d
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