Howard Miller Beckett Floor Clock Windsor Cherry 611194

Howard Miller Beckett Floor Clock Windsor Cherry

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Howard Miller # 611194
Howard Miller

Highlights:


  • Windsor Cherry Finish
  • Windsor Cherry finish on select hardwoods and veneers
  • Swanneck pediment features bookmatched, crotch figured mahogany overlays, carved rosettes, a turned urn finial, and a decorative keystone with a Prince of Wales motif
  • The polished brassfinished dial features a decorative open center which offers a view of the inner workings of the movement, decorative corner ornaments, a moon arch with an astrological blue moon phase, and a silver chapter ring with applied brass Arabic numerals

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86th Anniversary Edition- A special 86th Anniversary Edition inscription appears within the hemispheres on the moon phase (through 2012 only).
  • Windsor Cherry Finish
  • Windsor Cherry finish on select hardwoods and veneers
  • Swanneck pediment features bookmatched, crotch figured mahogany overlays, carved rosettes, a turned urn finial, and a decorative keystone with a Prince of Wales motif
  • The polished brassfinished dial features a decorative open center which offers a view of the inner workings of the movement, decorative corner ornaments, a moon arch with an astrological blue moon phase, and a silver chapter ring with applied brass Arabic numerals
  • The polished brassfinished pendulum features a decorative center disk which complements the dial and weight shells
  • Crystalcut Vgrooved glass in the lower door with beveled glass on the sides
  • The door also features bookmatched, crotch figured mahogany overlays in the corners
  • Illuminated dial and glass mirrored back
  • The locking case offers reeded columns with turned top and bottom caps and a sculpted base
  • Cabledriven, Westminster chime Kieninger movement features an automatic nighttime chime shutoff option
  • Free Heirloom Record Certificate with brassfinished capsule
  • Free brass Heirloom Nameplate will be engraved with your name and special date
  • Four floor levelers levels the cabinet on any surface
  • 87.5" Height x 27" Width x 16.5" Depth

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