- Artist: Howard Miller Clock Co. (Manufacturer)
- Medium: Metal, wood and glass
- Geographical Location: Zeeland, Michigan, United States
- Dates: ca. 1935
- Dimensions: 6 3/4 x 6 x 1 7/8 in. (17.1 x 15.2 x 4.8 cm)
- Markings: Printed in gray ink on front: "HERMAN MILLER CLOCK CO. ZEELAND, MICH."; impressed on wood on back: "971"; molded in metal on back: "START" word arches above arrow and dial controlling second hand (on left); "TURN-LET GO" (below dial); "SET / TIME" above time set dial; below alarm switch: "OFF ON / ALARM / SET"; in center of metal, molded: "CURRENT INTERRUPTIONS WILL / STOP CLOCK-RESTART & RESET" "MANUFACTURED UNDER PATS. / NO 1,719,805-1,797,912 / 1,985,388-2,002, 421 / 2,003,116-2,013,208 / 2,027,531 / OTHERS PEND." "MADE IN / THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / 115V-60 CYCLE-2W"
- Collection: Decorative Arts
- Museum Location: Brooklyn Museum, BMA, 5Q12-LUCE, Unit 18, Shelf O
- Accession Number: 1999.141.7
- Image: CUR.1999.141.7.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, Nov 30, 2009
Table clock. Wood (stained and painted), printed paper, glass, and metal. Original electrical wiring. Round wooden body, decorated with twelve incised radiating lines, sits on a black rectangular wooden base with convex front. Clock face of printed cream paper has a large gray circle at center; set behind glass. Surrounding center circle are radiating dots of two sizes; larger circles replace hours and smaller dots represent minutes. Narrow, red, straight, second hand. Black triangular hour and minute hands. Back of clock undecorated. Three dials and patent numbers on back.
CONDITION: Good; paper dial yellowed, wooden body over-cleaned, front is lacking varnish; black base repainted; on back (near proper left bottom screw) wood has split and broken off.