A carved wooden beauty from Lanshire, this curvaceous early mid-century mantel clock has its original finish, still in good condition. The glass bezel protects a silver face that we find quite charming. It keeps good time, albeit with a very slight hum--but as clocks of this age go, it is very insignificant.
20 W x 6.5 H x 2.25 D
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