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Whether you live in a traditional or modern home, this vintage style double-sided station clock is sure to add a touch of nostalgia to your garden or patio area. The classic station clock is double–sided so both faces are visible, whilst an ornate bracket makes it ideal for mounting outdoors.
With a classic Victorian design, this clock is housed in a weatherproof metal casing and comes complete with an attractive, ornate bracket that allows you to fix it outdoors. It is double-sided and also features traditional roman numerals with the motif Kensington Station London 1879, which further adds to the elegance of the feature. Its compact size makes it suitable to mount in almost any garden or outdoor setting, even in the smallest spaces, creating a timeless addition that can be enjoyed for years to come.
The clock requires 2 x AA batteries (not supplied).
Height 30cm (11.8") x Width 26cm (9.1") x Depth 10cm (3.4")Diameter: 14.5cm (5.8")
"Very pleased with the item thank you"
Reviewed Thursday, 26 January 2017
"Lovely garden clock, great value and quality"
Reviewed Saturday, 10 September 2016
"Your service was excellent. But as previously reported the delivery service was awful."
Reviewed Tuesday, 3 November 2015
Reviewed Tuesday, 16 June 2015
"It was smaller than I expected but non the less it looks good in the garden"
Reviewed Sunday, 1 June 2014
"after originally ordering a clock too big, the second one was great, it was a gift for my sister and husband, and they loved it."
Reviewed Tuesday, 31 December 2013
"Very good product, and very well packaged."
"Exactly as expected"
"Item well packaged and at a good price."
Reviewed Tuesday, 12 November 2013
"Bit disappointed in the size I thought the measurement given would be the size of the clock in fact it was the overall size including the bracket."
Reviewed Thursday, 11 July 2013