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The Craftsman Amish made Mission Wall Clock is a striking heirloom quality timepiece handcrafted in cherry wood. The Mission style slatwork and bold cream colored face enhance the clock’s strong visual impact. The handcrafted hardwood clock features a choice of two distinct chimes (Westminster and Whittington), with both volume and night silencer controls. With an Amish made piece you have the assurance that their time honored skills and an attention to detail have been applied to the crafting of your new clock. Dimensions: Height: 21”. Depth: 6”. Width: 15”. Seiko Quartz movement, powered by one “C” battery (not included). Made to order.
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