|J.H. Gould and Co. III Wall Clock||21" H x 15" W||3.5 lbs|
|Number Type:||Roman Numeral|
Questions & Answers
Howard Miller J.H. Gould and Co. III Wall Clock
Looks different than the online picture
Peggy from Mckinney, TX– Verified Buyer
Like the distressed finish. The pendulum is plastic, not metal . I removed it and the clock looks better without it. I am using this a decorative wall art and to tell time
S from wisconsin– Verified Buyer
i am very happy with my wall clock, it looks great, i am happy with the quality and i was surprised with the ease of digital setting of time that is used to start it and maintain the time.
Howard Miller Wall Clock
Carol Winely from Greenwood, IN– Verified Buyer
I was looking for a clock that would give olde world charm and this clock does just that. It keeps great time and looks beautiful hanging on my bathroom wall. It is a great buy for the money and I am not disappointed. I would recommend to my friends!
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Even then, Howard Miller understood the need to create products that would be steeped in quality and value. He expected nothing less than the best. And it was only under those strict conditions that he allowed his name to grace every clock manufactured at their sprawling facility in Zeeland, Michigan.
Howard Miller was schooled in the fine art of clockmaking by his father, Herman, in the Black Forest region of Germany. Howard developed into a visionary whose keen sense of innovation spawned a tradition of excellence that has been uncompromised through three generations.
While the early years focused on the manufacture of chiming wall and mantel clocks, Howard Miller also produced trend-setting avant garde clocks that stand today in collectors' galleries. During World War II, Howard Miller joined forces with the Ford Motor Co. to produce anti-aircraft covers. In the 1960s, the company turned its attention to grandfather clocks, eventually earning the company the title of "World's Largest Grandfather Clock Manufacturer."
In 1989, Howard Miller began creating collectors cabinets with the same attention to detail and craftsmanship inherent in their clockmaking. Fashioned from glass and hardwoods, the cabinets are ideal for displaying heirlooms, plates, glassware and other collectibles.
As part of the company's continuing effort to bring customers only the best in handcrafted products, Howard Miller recently acquired three companies: The Hekman Furniture Company produces a strong cadre of carefully sculpted hardwood pieces that range from 18th and 19th Century reproductions, to contemporary products featuring fine metals and exotic woods. The Woodmark Company makes fine upholstered pieces. And the exquisite movement in many clocks we offer is made by Old World craftsmen employed by the Kieninger Company of Germany.
The legacy left by Howard C. Miller isn't an easy one to emulate. But it's the only way we know of doing business. Incomparable workmanship. Unsurpassed quality. A quest for perfection.