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GRF-408 Grandfather Clock Custom Built Amish Wood Clock
Shown with brushed nickel components, hand-rubbed antique slate stain, and antiquated distressing on red oak. Dimensions are 83.5″ wide x 30.5″ wide x 14.75″ deep.
You can customize this clock by selecting from our standard features below. If you are interested in more detailed customization (different sizes, custom stains, etc...) than what is available here, please contact us using our custom quote form.
Standard Features of the GRF-408 Amish Grandfather Clock
Flat top with beaded cove crown
Reeded columns with turned ends
Beveled glass on door and bottom side pieces
Removable top side glass panels for easy access to clock movement
Hermle 1161-853 114cm movement with automatic night shutoff feature
Westminster, Saint Michael’s, and Whittington chime melodies
American-made antique white dial with Roman numerals and brushed nickel bezel
American-made brushed nickel lyre pendulum and weight shells
Keyed lock on door, nickel hinges
Wood species – Red Oak, Quartersawn White Oak, Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Elm, Ash, Hickory
Chime Sound Clips (actual sound may vary from this recording)
The final assembly of our clocks is the responsibility of the purchaser (except when white glove delivery is included in the purchase). We provide instructions and can provide support for final setup as needed.
Please note that chime sound recordings are representative only and may not precisely represent the actual sound of our clocks.
Quality and custom options take time. Lead times on our custom clocks vary and range anywhere from 8-20 weeks.