Maxwell Wall Clock

SKU: 620226

In the Spotlight: It’s the rare antique wall clock that makes such a statement. Yet this exceptional masterpiece enjoys its time in the spotlight thanks to its decadent Windsor Cherry finish on select hardwoods and veneers. The contrasting brass-finished accents set it apart, transforming it into a true work of art. It’s a flawless addition to any traditional space.

A True Standout: This Broadmour chiming wall clock features a swan neck pediment with rosette accents, along with a turned finial and a decorative keystone in the center. The fixed moon phase is finished midnight blue for a vibrant touch, while the glossy dial stands out thanks to its polished brass finish. It also has a silver chapter ring. This traditional wall clock with a pendulum is as decorative as it is functional. Both the pendulum and dial are finished in brass and affixed to the door, which swings open to reveal easy access to set the time and replace the batteries.

Quartz Movement: This clock requires two C batteries. Quartz, dual-chime movement plays full Westminster or Ave Maria chimes with strike on the hour, with optional 4/4 chime feature which plays 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 chimes accordingly.

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.

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  • Overall Width: 15.75 in
  • Overall Depth: 6.75 in
  • Overall Height: 36.25 in
  • Weight: 17.8 lb
  • Battery Included : No
  • Number of Doors : 1
  • Wood Finish : Windsor Cherry

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