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Keith Wall Clock

Howard Miller

Quick Specs

  • Type: Clocks
 
  • 31.5" Antique brass finished metal wall clock.
  • Antique brass finished center with moving antique brass-finished gears.
  • Moving gears are incorporated into the clock's design, enhancing the overall dynamic while creating an attention-grabbing focal point.
  • Quartz, battery-operated movement requires three AA batteries (not included).
  • Aged black with off-white Roman numerals and minute track.
  • Antique brass spade style hour and minute hands.
Specifications
Overall Width 31.5 in
Overall Depth 3.5 in
Overall Height 31.5 in
Weight 20.88 lb
Battery Included No
Battery Quantity and Size 1AA & 2D
Clock Movement Quartz

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Clocks

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