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Howard Miller Cherish Grandfather Clock 610614

Howard Miller

Features

  • Batteries Included: No
  • Oversized UPS/FedEx: Yes
  • Overall Width: 19.500 (inch)
  • Overall Height: 76.500 (inch)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Clocks
  • Width: 19 3/4"
  • Height: 77 1/4"
  • Depth: 11"

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Add traditional beauty to your space with the Cherish wooden grandfather clock from Howard Miller. This timepiece has a wooden base shelf and three adjustable glass shelves for ample display space, and it's enhanced with light distressing for antique-inspired style.

Select Hardwoods: This timepiece is crafted from select hardwoods and veneers for enduring quality, and its Windsor Cherry finish has distressed detailing for the look of a gently worn heirloom. An engravable brass plate can be added to this clock for an additional charge.

Decorative Dial: Intricate corner spandrels and the inscription Tempus Fugit-or Time Flies-appears on this USA-made wooden grandfather clock. The silver chapter ring has black Roman numerals and decorative black hands for an upscale appearance.

Adjustable Shelves: Display your treasures inside the glass-covered curio of this clock, which has one fixed wooden shelf and three adjustable glass shelves. An interior light illuminates the cabinet interior for visibility in low light, while a locking door keeps your collectibles safe.

Quartz Movement: This wooden grandfather clock has quartz movement and requires one AA battery.

Howard Miller: Founded in 1926 and still family-owned in its third generation, Howard Miller is the world's leading clock company and a respected brand name in fine specialty furnishings such as curio cabinets, wine & bar furnishings, custom storage cabinets, and SmartMoves® adjustable height desks.

Features

  • Batteries Included: No
  • Oversized UPS/FedEx: Yes
  • Overall Width: 19.500 (inch)
  • Overall Height: 76.500 (inch)
  • Overall Depth: 10.750 (inch)
  • Product Weight: 63.0000 (pound)
  • Shipping Width: 25.250 (inch)
  • Shipping Depth: 16.125 (inch)
  • Shipping Height: 84.625 (inch)
  • Shipping Weight: 79.0000 (pound)
  • Clock Movement: Quartz
  • Wood Finish: Windsor Cherry
  • Levelers: 4
  • Battery Quantity and Size: 1AA
  • Total Number of Shelves: 3
  • Total Number of Doors: 1
  • Master Pack: 1
  • Kit Pack: No
  • Shipping Carton Count: 1
  • Freight Class Code: 200
  • Product Unit Measure: EACH
  • Product Cube: 9.280 (square foot)
  • Shipping Cube: 19.930 (square foot)
  • Assembly Required: No
  • Can Ship UPS/FedEx: No
  • NMFC Code: 048720-2
  • UPC: 020867106141

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