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Howard Miller Agatha Hardwood Wall Clock 625578

Howard Miller

Features

  • Batteries Included: No
  • Overall Width: 15.000 (inch)
  • Overall Height: 26.000 (inch)
  • Overall Depth: 6.000 (inch)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Clocks

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Grace your space with the Agatha Wall hardwood wall clock from Howard Miller. The distinctive design of this timepiece makes it an excellent option for the living room, dining room, or anywhere else you want to add elegant style.

Hardwood Construction: This timepiece is crafted from select hardwoods with veneers and an acacia finish. It's distressed with wormholes and scribes, with a burnished appearance that resembles reclaimed wood.

Antique-Inspired Style: The door of this wall clock is framed with columns and carved Acanthus moldings for heirloom-inspired style. Its multitiered flat top further enhances this clock's upscale appearance.

Rustic Details: Black Roman numerals and hour markers complement the dial, which has an antique nickel finish. The hands of this clock are black for a well-coordinated look.

Melodic Chimes: This clock has triple-chime Harmonic movement and volume control. Choose from Westminster or Ave Maria, which chime and strike on the hour. The chimes also play at 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 time increments. An automatic nighttime chime shut-off option keeps things quiet during your sleeping hours.

Quartz Movement: This hardwood wall clock has a battery-powered quartz movement.

Howard Miller: Founded in 1926 and still family-owned in its third generation, Howard Miller is the world's leading clock company and a respected brand name in fine specialty furnishings such as curio cabinets, wine & bar furnishings, custom storage cabinets, and SmartMoves® adjustable height desks.

Features

  • Batteries Included: No
  • Overall Width: 15.000 (inch)
  • Overall Height: 26.000 (inch)
  • Overall Depth: 6.000 (inch)
  • Product Weight: 12.9009 (pound)
  • Shipping Width: 29.130 (inch)
  • Shipping Depth: 17.520 (inch)
  • Shipping Height: 9.370 (inch)
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5400 (pound)
  • Clock Movement: Quartz/Triple Harmonic
  • Wood Finish: Acadia
  • Battery Quantity and Size: 2C
  • Master Pack: 1
  • Kit Pack: No
  • Shipping Carton Count: 1
  • Freight Class Code: 125
  • Product Unit Measure: EACH
  • Product Cube: 1.350 (square foot)
  • Shipping Cube: 2.760 (square foot)
  • Assembly Required: No
  • Can Ship UPS/FedEx: Yes
  • Oversized UPS/FedEx: No
  • NMFC Code: 048720-1
  • UPC: 020867255788
  • Tariff Code: 9105.21
  • ISTA Test Report: NO REPACK REQUIRED

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