How many have met under the clock!
Made of bronze and now in glorious green, and weighing in at seven tons, the Marshall Field's clocks, one on the corner of State and Washington Streets (1897) and the other on State and Randolph Streets (1902) are one of Chicago's most iconic and beloved meeting places.
Made of hard resin (at 2.6 pounds) and colored in time-worn patina green this reproduction mantel piece captures the ornamental beauty of this landmarked beauty. We tested it for days and it is right on time! A wonderful, nostalgic nod to a Chicago wonder.
Uses 1 AA Battery (one is included). The battery is installed by pulling out the front dial. It is a tight fit so it will be shipped with the dial slightly pulled out for ease of removal.
Origin: Unknown; pre-owned
Dimensions: 7"H x 5"W x 5"D
Condition: Great. Some teeny-tiny marks to the rim of the clock from past removal of the dial, but they are not noticeable once the piece is pushed in. The dial is missing one of the pressure pins, yet it still holds well in place.