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404-4040 16-inch Ironwood Wall Clock

SKU: 404-4040

Regular price$43.99

Make a statement with the versatile 16-inch Ironwood Wall Clock, where Old World materials meet modern-day design. This decorative analog wall clock features an open-faced dial constructed of bent iron and painted dual-tone rough-hewn wood that will blend seamlessly with many design styles. Whether you're looking to add a bit of Southwestern flair to your Rustic decor or if your home has more of an Industrial vibe, this clock will deliver.

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  • Metal frame
  • Painted wood dial
  • Metal numbers and tick marks
  • No lens and metal hands



  • Quartz Movement

Power Requirements:

  • One "AA" Alkaline Battery (not included)


  • 15.75" Diameter



This product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of 2 years.  In accordance with the Song-Beverly Act, in the state of California, the warranty on this item becomes effective on the date of delivery.  Warranty will not apply to defects resulting from abuse, accidents, or misuse. If a defect that is covered by this warranty arises during the warranty period, promptly return the clock (postage prepaid) with proof of purchase showing the date the clock was purchased to the following address and such defects will be repaired, or the products will be replaced at La Crosse Clock Company option without charge.

Please include the model number of your product and your complete address and phone number. 

La Crosse McCormick, Warranty Department, 2830 26th St. St., La Crosse, WI 54601


In this video we explain what a clock movement is, go over what "Atomic Time" means, and then demonstrate how to set up and use any of our four main wall clock movements. Use this video to learn how to set up a basic decorative wall clock, or one that uses the WWVB Atomic Radio Signal coming from Fort Collins, CO.

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