Ralph Lauren Athena Deco Clock
Ralph Lauren Athena Deco Clock
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Item# 682552650001
Size: 6.25" X 4.75X 2.25

Nickel-plated forged-brass case and base. Beveled glass. White aluminum dial. Black Art Deco-inspired Arabic numerals. Ornamental Terry-style black hands. Printed minute track. Precision quartz movement. Requires one AA battery, not included. Case swivels for easy viewing. Hinged back panel Protective felt base.

Created in partnership with Chelsea Clock. Founded in 1897 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, Chelsea Clock is the oldest clock company in America and one of the most renowned and respected makers of fine timepieces. Provides convenient access for time adjustments and battery replacement.

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