Howard Miller Christopher Mantel ClockItem#: HN-HMI266
- 8.5H x 17.75W x 4.75D inches
- Windsor Cherry finish with convex crystal glass cover
- Quartz movement and battery-operated
- Hourly chimes with automatic night shut-off
Mantel clock, Battery
The distinctive Howard Miller Christopher Mantel Clock has been styled in a traditional tambour shape. Crafted from select hardwoods and veneers with a rich Windsor Cherry finish, it makes an exquisite accent piece or gift. The off-white dial features a convex glass crystal, polished brass bezel, black Roman numerals and brass second hand. With reliable battery-operated quartz, movement, this clock will play Westminster chimes on the hour and counts the hour. An automatic nighttime chime shut-off option is also available. It comes complete with the required battery.
About Howard Miller
Beginning in the 1920s, Howard Miller clocks have impressed all who see them with superior quality and design. Howard Miller wall, floor, and mantel clocks are crafted to last for generations and to perfectly accent your home.
The company's founder, Howard C. Miller, began manufacturing wall and mantel clocks in Michigan. Evolving to encompass cabinet making and other furniture design - all renowned for quality and style - the Howard Miller company proudly stands behind its reputation as the World's Largest Clock Manufacturer.
Dimensions & Specifications
8.5H x 17.75W x 4.75D
Chiming, Night Shut-off, Quartz
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Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Attractive Design
- Clear Display
- Keeps Good Time
- Poor workmanship
Comments about Howard Miller Christopher Mantel Clock:
Very attractive clock, but my husband had to repair it before we used it. The face and hands were loose - the hole in the center for the hands to attach to the works was way to big. The works almost fell out as the screws were loose. After 2 weeks, the chimes stopped. We thought it might be the batteries so we changed them. No luck. Then my husband (a retired mechanic) spotted a wire on the chiming mechanism that was loose. He fixed that and it works fine.
The quality of the parts are good, but the overall quality control is very poor.
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