Howard Miller Arendal Mantel Clock Tuscany Cherry

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  • This special 81st Anniversary Edition mantel clock features elegant curves from top to bottom, and is designed to coordinate with the 611-005 Arendal floor clock and 625-377 Arendal wall clock.
  • It offers carved accents and a turned finial on the crown and an antique brass pendulum is viewed behind the glass front panel.
  • Behind a convex glass crystal, the aged dial has a special Anniversary inscription through 2007 and offers black Roman numerals and filigree designs with black serpentine hands.
  • Quartz, dual chime movement plays Westminster or Beethoven chimes, and features volume control and automatic nighttime chime shut-off option.

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  • This special 81st Anniversary Edition mantel clock features elegant curves from top to bottom, and is designed to coordinate with the 611-005 Arendal floor clock and 625-377 Arendal wall clock.
  • It offers carved accents and a turned finial on the crown and an antique brass pendulum is viewed behind the glass front panel.
  • Behind a convex glass crystal, the aged dial has a special Anniversary inscription through 2007 and offers black Roman numerals and filigree designs with black serpentine hands.
  • Quartz, dual chime movement plays Westminster or Beethoven chimes, and features volume control and automatic nighttime chime shut-off option.
  • Finished in Tuscany Cherry on select hardwoods and veneers.
  • Automatic nighttime chime shut-off option.
  • 16.5" Height x 6.5" Width x 4.5" Depth
  • Manufacturers warranty from Howard Miller

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