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Schultz  
Product ID: 611-044
Schultz

  • This elegant floor clock features rare, bookmatched olive ash burl and a raised shell and vine overlay which enhances the graceful bonnet pediment.
  • Olive ash burl corner overlays frame the crystal-cut oval glass on the lower door, providing a striking view of the pendulum and weights.
  • The polished-brass dial offers elaborate corner spandrels, a center disk, a silver chapter ring with applied brass Arabic numerals, and an astrological moon phase dial.
  • The polished-brass pendulum includes a center disk that complements the dial and coordinates with the banded, polished-brass weight shells.
  • Elaborately carved, reeded columns with turned top and bottom caps and carved oval appliques enhance the front view of the clock. The multitiered base features a decorative cutout.
  • Removable beveled glass top side panels allow easy access to the movement. The side lower glass is also beveled.
  • Cable-driven, triple chime Kieninger movement offers automatic nighttime chime shut-off option.
  • Finished in Golden Oak on select hardwoods and veneers.
  • Automatic nighttime chime shut-off option.
  • Adjustable levelers under each corner provide stability on uneven and carpeted floors.
  • You will receive a free heirloom plate, engraved with name and date, by returning the enclosed request card to Howard Miller.
  • The case is illuminated by an interior light.
  • Locking door for added security.
  • Movement: FC - 3x w/auto
  • Height: 84-1/4" (214 cm)
  • Width: 23" (58 cm)
  • Depth: 13-1/2" (34 cm)
  • Collection: Traditional Collection
List Price: $4683.00
Price: $3278.10


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