Howard Miller 611-025 Hamlin Grandfather Clock by

The Hamlin Grandfather Clock by Howard Miller is finished in a distressed Rustic Cherry on select hardwoods and veneers and features a arched pediment with carved shell and leaf design and decorative overlays. Brushed satin-brass dial with cast corner and center ornaments, silver chapter ring with brass numerals, and astrological blue moon phase dial. Brushed satin brass-finished banded weight shells and lyre pendulum with center disk. Beveled glass on lower door and sides; plain glass on upper door. Lower door features decorative overlays, and shell and leaf designs. Canted, reeded columns with carved column caps with unique scroll design.

Product Features

  • Acanthus leaf details on carved scroll feet and column caps
  • Multitiered Bombe base with canted corners
  • Cable-driven, triple-chime Kieninger movement with automatic nighttime chime shut-off option
  • Free brass Heirloom Nameplate will be engraved with your name and special date
  • Made in the USA

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  1. Howard Miller Made a Special Purchase Very Unspecial I realize that a $5,000 clock purchase may not be a big deal to Howard Miller, but for my family, this was a substantial investment. Our intent was to commemorate the birth of our first grandchild with the purchase of this clock, and we were looking forward to its arrival. I was diligent to prepare for the clock delivery by studying the setup materials in advance, as I did not want to make any mistakes, nor damage this clock in any way. I called Howard Miller’s Michigan office to inquire about…

  2. Well Worth the Money… I was nervous about buying this clock as there is only one review and that review is not so good. However, I order this clock and received it two weeks ago. I cannot say enough good things about it. It was delivered well packaged and on time (when you order the clock from Amazon, they will let you pick your delivery date). The directions were easy to follow to put together the few parts required. The clock is 7 feet tall, about 1.5 feet deep and 2.5 feet wide. I feel it is well worth the money…

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