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Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s

1,800.00
Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s
Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s
Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s
Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s
Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s
Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s
Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s

Howard Miller Wall Clock in Metal, Glass with Beige, Grey, Bronze Color, USA 1970s

1,800.00

Vintage wall clock by Howard Miller, made in USA, 1970s with bronze painted metal frame and glass front. Interesting graphic pattern in beige, grey and cream hues. A clock sure to please a graphic designer. 

 

Dimensions

  • 2.5 in.H 
  • 6cmH

Diameter

  • 13in
  • 33cm

 

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The Howard Miller Clock Company was founded in 1926, as the clock division of Herman Miller furniture manufacturer. In 1947, George Nelson became director of design at the Herman Miller furniture company, and the Howard Miller Clock Company started to produce his modern wall clocks and table clocks. Several clocks designed by George Nelson became icons of the era.

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Vintage wall clock by Howard Miller, made in USA, 1970s with bronze painted metal frame and glass front. Interesting graphic pattern in beige, grey and cream hues. A clock sure to please a graphic designer. 

 

Dimensions

  • 2.5 in.H 
  • 6cmH

Diameter

  • 13in
  • 33cm

 

Inquire

International shipping available, inquire for quote. 

 

The Howard Miller Clock Company was founded in 1926, as the clock division of Herman Miller furniture manufacturer. In 1947, George Nelson became director of design at the Herman Miller furniture company, and the Howard Miller Clock Company started to produce his modern wall clocks and table clocks. Several clocks designed by George Nelson became icons of the era.