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Amish Made Heartland Wall Clock Wind-Up Model

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$970

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Overview

Amish Made Heartland Wall Clock Wind-Up Model

Amish Clocks Collection

The Amish Made Heartland Wall Clock Wind-Up Model brings a lovely timepiece into your home. Built by hand by skilled Amish craftsmen, this wooden clock is lined with braided detail and decorative curves and arches. A work of art as well as a timekeeper, this clock will draw attention in any room. Wood choices for the Heartland include red oak or cherry wood. Keeping time is beautiful with this clock that is of heirloom quality.

The Wind-Up

The Heartland Wall Clock has an eight day keywind, only needing to be wound roughly once a week. Heartland features include:

  • Measures 8" deep, 15 1/2" wide and 32" high
  • Choice of red oak or cherry wood
  • Plays Westminster chimes that sound every quarter hour
  • German made Hermle movements ensure precision
  • American made

DutchCrafters offers a wide variety of wall and grandfather clocks. Browse our collection to find the perfect fit for your decor. Don't miss this video of the Steelton 2005 Grandfather Clock, recorded in the DutchCrafters Store 

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Specifications

Dimensions:
Depth: 8"
Width: 15 1/2"
Height: 32"

Shipped:
UPS

Wood:
Red Oak (Shown)
Cherry

Chime
Westminster


Standard Features:
8 Day Keywind
Chime Westminster
Glass Front and Sides
German Made Hermle Movement
Chimes every 1/4 hour
Two Year Warranty
Numbers on Face

Shipping & Lead Time

Quality Takes Time – Typical Build Time for This Piece is 10 to 12 weeks.
*Please allow additional time for product transfers, finishing, and shipping.




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