This clear glass and chrome light-up vintage clock is spectacular. The sandblasted etching of the numbers, the deco angles, the overall floating quality…they all conspire to make one of the coolest clocks we’ve seen, and we’ve seen a lot of clocks. Mike converted the (previously not working) movement to a battery quartz, for accuracy and ease; the electric plug is for the light. Overall, a beautiful and unique visual treat for your home.
There is very little available about EM clocks. Our experience in clocks leads us to believe the clock is likely from the 1940s.
9" Wide x 10.25" H x 2" Deep (base)
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