This handsome mantel clock hails from a day when clocks and wood were not strangers to each other. Such nice grain, such pretty curves--we should all look so good when we're pushing 80. It keeps time and runs quiet. There is a small divot in the top that does not detract from the overall. A great clock, made in Massachusetts circa 1945.
10.5" W x 2.25" D x 4.5" H
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