Avid home décor enthusiasts will recognize the subtle inspiration behind this distinctive metal table clock at a glance. It hints at the sleek subtlety of the Museum Wall Clock designed in 1960 by Nathan George Horwitt, whose enterprising piece became a part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art. Noteworthy for the single bold dot at the 12 mark, this clock captures a bold, fearless spirit emblematic of mid-century modernism at its best.
Graceful Accents: In any room, this round clock is sure to capture attention. Finished in beautifully spun nickel, with a matching brushed nickel base plate, it exhibits the grand-scale beauty and power of something far more substantial. Yet its compact size works to its favor, shining a light on the precise way the round clock and polished nickel-finished dot complement one another perfectly. The bold hands are also finished in nickel to create a cohesive look, while flat grass crystal safeguards the matte black dial in its entirety. A felt bottom helps it stay steady, whether on a desktop or a table.
Quartz Movement: The clock has quartz, battery-operated movement and requires one AA sized battery.
Howard Miller: Founded in 1926 and still family-owned in its third generation, Howard Miller is the world's leading clock company and a respected brand name in fine specialty furnishings such as curio cabinets, wine & bar furnishings, custom storage cabinets, and SmartMoves® adjustable height desks.