CARNEGIE CLOCK

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$495.00
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Solid brass case and base are individually hand-buffed, polished and lacquered to a flawless tarnish-resistant finish. The 2¾" dial is meticulously handsilvered and features period European hands and beveled glass. This precision German quartz clock features a swivel-style case set atop a three-tiered, felt-lined base. Battery included.

Measure 4½" diameter x 4⅛" h.

Item #: CHC20989
Catalog HotKey: Z1141

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1 review

JASe
Ocean City, MD
Chelsea Dartmouth Desktop Clock
March 28, 2016
I found it interesting that Mr Barack Obama gives this elegant clock to dignitaries. It's easy to see why. My new Dartmouth clock is keeping excellent time, as should a clock of this caliber. One thing that is immediately apparent, upon receipt, is the heft of the clock. The Dartmouth is rather compact, as in about 4 inches in total height, yet weighs approximately 4 pounds! That is due to the fact that the clock is made of solid brass. This is a truly beautiful clock, and will add a touch of class to any home or office. Incidentally, the Chelsea Clock Company, located near Boston, has been in business for over a century. Purchase this clock, and enjoy it for decades.
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