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Uttermost 24349 Antiqued Light Green Iron Uttermost 24349 Gilbertine Weathered Iron Clock
Features: Antiqued, light green, garden style curled iron coffee table with quartz movement clock under clear glass top Constructed of: Aged iron and glass Specifications...
$437.80 - $597.00LightingDirect
Kardiel George Nelson Style Petals Clock, Multicolor
The Petals Clock is best described as atomic retro wall art, and makes a clever space impression, particularly if other modern classics occupy the room. The multi-colored...
$149.00 - $280.00kardiel
Uttermost 06094 Brass Home Decor Uttermost 06094 Shyam 12"W x 16"H Table Clock
Features: Designed by Steve Kowalski Brass finished metal with aged black detailsSpecifications: Height: 16" Width: 12" Depth: 5.375"
$140.80 - $192.00LightingDirect
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