Having a clock in every room is a smart way to stay on schedule. Shop for an alarm clock for the bedroom, a clock radio for the kitchen, a desktop clock for the office, and wall clocks for other rooms. Get nostalgic with a fun cuckoo clock or a statement-making grandfather clock. Whatever your style, there is a clock to help you keep track of the time.
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Personalized Silver Carriage Clock
The first carriage clock was invented in 1812 for Napoleon. Originally designed for traveling, this classic design now adds elegance to mantels, end tables and desks. Wha...
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Ravenna Round Coffee Table Clock - 615010
Howard Miller - Coffee Tables - 615010 - This transitional coffee table clock is a unique room accent that blends form and function. Distinguished by its scrolled metal f...
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HM-625367 Howard Miller Joline 36'' Wrought Iron Wall Clock
Black iron wall clock features delicate scrollwork with fleur de lis and gold tone accents. This impressive wall clock from Howard Miller features delicate iron scrollwor...
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