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49"h Postema Wall Clock Wrought Iron

Revolutionize your time-teller – The incredible 49-inch Postema Wall Clock by Howard Miller features a wrought-iron construction, finished in Aged Black with applied antique gold numerals. Attention-grabbing cut – The hour and minute hands are finished in Antique Gold and feature an open fret-cut diamond style. It will look like... [Learn More]

Revolutionize your time-teller – The incredible 49-inch Postema Wall Clock by Howard Miller features a wrought-iron construction, finished in Aged Black with applied antique gold numerals. Attention-grabbing cut – The hour and minute hands are finished in Antique Gold and feature an open fret-cut diamond style. It will look like... [Learn More]

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$ 472.00 $ 339.00
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Ball Clock II Wall Clock in Satin Black

42" Diameter Howard Miller presents the Ball Clock II Wall Clock in Satin Black Finish, entails incomparable workmanship and unsurpassed quality for it's quest for perfection Satin Black Finish Traditional Style An adaptation of the classic 1940s George Nelson design The center is finished in brushed nickel and is surrounded... [Learn More]

42" Diameter Howard Miller presents the Ball Clock II Wall Clock in Satin Black Finish, entails incomparable workmanship and unsurpassed quality for it's quest for perfection Satin Black Finish Traditional Style An adaptation of the classic 1940s George Nelson design The center is finished in brushed nickel and is surrounded... [Learn More]

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$ 508.00 $ 359.00
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Stockton Wall Clock in Brushed Aged Nickel

Howard Miller presents the 49" Stockton Wall Clock in Brushed Aged Nickel with applied charcoal black Roman numerals, entails incomparable workmanship and unsurpassed quality for it's quest for perfection Brushed Aged Nickel Finish Contemporary Style Features charcoal black Roman numerals, charcoal black hour and minute hands and an open fret-cut... [Learn More]

Howard Miller presents the 49" Stockton Wall Clock in Brushed Aged Nickel with applied charcoal black Roman numerals, entails incomparable workmanship and unsurpassed quality for it's quest for perfection Brushed Aged Nickel Finish Contemporary Style Features charcoal black Roman numerals, charcoal black hour and minute hands and an open fret-cut... [Learn More]

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$ 452.00 $ 319.00
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Stevenson Wall Clock Windsor Cherry

Introducing the most elaborate Limited Edition wall clock ever introduced. Only two thousand will be crafted and inscribed. This wall clock is over 3-1/2 feet tall, and features a profiled pediment with decorative molding on the front and sides. Rare white ash burl overlays frame the beveled glass on the... [Learn More]

Introducing the most elaborate Limited Edition wall clock ever introduced. Only two thousand will be crafted and inscribed. This wall clock is over 3-1/2 feet tall, and features a profiled pediment with decorative molding on the front and sides. Rare white ash burl overlays frame the beveled glass on the... [Learn More]

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$ 4,372.00 $ 3,099.00
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Height 40 To 49 Inch Howard Miller

Incomparable workmanship, unsurpassed quality, and a quest for perfection. These are three things that Howard Miller wanted his products to show right from the very beginning. It all started in 1926 when he was still 21 years old.

Early on, Howard Miller has show to have the makings of a clockmaker. His father has taught his the art of clock making and has become a visionary with a knack at innovation, spawning from a tradition of excellence, handed down three generations. With each product that they create, the unique quality and artistic talent is clearly reflected.

The early products of Howard Miller were initially for retirements, anniversaries, and weddings. Overtime, though, they have expanded to additional line offerings to cater to more customers. Today, they have clocks and furniture pieces for homes and businesses. They have hundreds of clocks, collector’s cabinets, and everything in between.

Now 70 years after, Howard Miller is more than just telling the time. Their collections also tell the whole world of that you are a person who greatly appreciated fine design and good furniture. From traditional clocks to fashion-forward home pieces, you should find something that will suit your needs and personality perfectly.

Height 40 To 49 Inch Howard Miller

Incomparable workmanship, unsurpassed quality, and a quest for perfection. These are three things that Howard Miller wanted his products to show right from the very beginning. It all started in 1926 when he was still 21 years old.

Early on, Howard Miller has show to have the makings of a clockmaker. His father has taught his the art of clock making and has become a visionary with a knack at innovation, spawning from a tradition of excellence, handed down three generations. With each product that they create, the unique quality and artistic talent is clearly reflected.

The early products of Howard Miller were initially for retirements, anniversaries, and weddings. Overtime, though, they have expanded to additional line offerings to cater to more customers. Today, they have clocks and furniture pieces for homes and businesses. They have hundreds of clocks, collector’s cabinets, and everything in between.

Now 70 years after, Howard Miller is more than just telling the time. Their collections also tell the whole world of that you are a person who greatly appreciated fine design and good furniture. From traditional clocks to fashion-forward home pieces, you should find something that will suit your needs and personality perfectly.
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Atomic clocks receive a radio signal from the most accurate clock in the world, the cesium atomic clock, transmitted from the National Institute of Standards in Fort Collins, CO. The radio signal that covers the entire United States will keep your clock accurate to within one second over one million years. You'll never have to reset the clock, even for daylight-saving time! The US Naval Observatory which operated 70 "atomic clocks" provided the following background information about these clocks: 'A cesium beam atomic clock uses the exact frequency emitted by atoms of the metallic element cesium. Today, cesium clocks measure... Read More