wooch Wrought Iron Antique-Look Brown Round Wall Hanging Double Sided Two Faces Retro Station Clock Round Chandelier Wall Hanging Clock with Scroll Wall Side Mount Home Décor Wall Clock 8-inch

Wrought Iron Antique-look Vintage-inspired Rotatable Double Sided Wall Clock РDouble Faced Train Station Style Round Chandelier Wall Hanging Metal Clock with Scroll Wall Side Mount Home D̩cor Wall Clock Art Clock 360 Degree Rotation Double Sides Wall Clock

MATERIAL: Iron Case and Frame with Dustproof and Moistureproof Coating
FEATURES: Round, Double-Sided, American Style, Vintage-Inspired
BATTERY: 2 x AA Batteries (Not Included)
DIMENSIONS: 14 x 11″ (Overall Size), Clock Diameter 8″, Thickness 3″

EASY to hang from the wall mount, fix firmly.Ideal for living rooms, lobby, porch and corridor.

This beautiful clock with a scrolled wall mount is inspired by the antique clocks that hang in train stations. This clock looks lovely on a kitchen or living room wall, and makes a wonderful housewarming, wedding or anniversary gift.

It’s unique two-sided design lets you read the time at any angle. The clock includes a metal wall bracket and requires 2 x AA batteries. The hand forged metal hanger and casing in a fine black finish add to the old world charm and style of this clock. Finished off with an aged ivory face and glass cover.

Product Features

  • Classic Style: Vintage-inspired New York Grand Central Terminal Decorative Wall Clock
  • Doulbe-sided Clock: Two Faces and 360 Degree Rotation Lets You Read Time At Any Angle
  • Silent Clock: Non Ticking Running Keeps Your Home Room Quiet and Comfortable
  • Clock Diameter 8″, Thickness 3″, Overall 14 x 11″. 2 AA Batteris Required (Not Included)
  • Retro Double Sided Hanging Wall Clock Ideal For Living Rooms, Lobby, Porch and Corridor


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2 thoughts on “wooch Wrought Iron Antique-Look Brown Round Wall Hanging Double Sided Two Faces Retro Station Clock Round Chandelier Wall Hanging Clock with Scroll Wall Side Mount Home Décor Wall Clock 8-inch

  1. Not the best quality, but fixable This clock hangs in our kitchen and works fine. Once received we found faults with the quality. So we reworked it by cutting off the “flats” at the ends of the curves with a Dremel. The area around the face inside the case was a cheap apple green plastic. We taped off the face and sprayed it black. Big improvements. Not difficult, but meant taking it all a part and putting it together again. But it wasn’t a very expensive clock. So if you picky and don’t have the where-with-all to fix…

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