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Howard Miller Trevisso Wall Clock Wall Clock Platinum

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  • Wrought iron pendulum wall clock features vine and leaf ornamentation along the sides.
  • The dial is cast polystone with molded hour markers and a raised outer edge with an egg-and-dart detail.
  • Aged spade hands complement the Antique Platinum finish-a rich mixture of gold and silver with a brownish cast.(item is darker in tone than image shown)
  • Quartz, battery operated movement.

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Retired ClockThe Trevisso wall clock from Howard Miller is a magnificent clock and needs to be seen to be appreciated. It stands a full 35" high and was certainly influenced by the architecture of the buildings of the city for which it is named. Trevisso is an ancient city in Northern Italy just 30km north of Venice. The city was founded in the time of ancient Rome and is rich with history. The clock reminds you of the Piazza dei Signori with its beautiful stone work and iron details. The face of this clock is reminiscent of that ancient and weathered stone and the wrought iron frame with the twisting and turning leaves gives you the feeling you are really there. If you are looking for an impressive gift or you just want a clock that will make people stop and appreciate it- this is the one!
  • Wrought iron pendulum wall clock features vine and leaf ornamentation along the sides.
  • The dial is cast polystone with molded hour markers and a raised outer edge with an egg-and-dart detail.
  • Aged spade hands complement the Antique Platinum finish-a rich mixture of gold and silver with a brownish cast.(item is darker in tone than image shown)
  • Quartz, battery operated movement.
  • Antique Platinum finish on select metals and materials.
  • 35" Height x 12" Width x 3.5" Depth
  • Weight: 13.25 lbs
  • Manufacturers warranty from Howard Miller

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