Morning Roses Alarm Clock
The first mechanical alarm clock was patented in France in 1847. Production ceased at the onset of WWII when factories were converted to war efforts. As clocks broke, workers were late for their shifts and "emergency clocks" were produced with permission of the government. Radio alarms soon rivaled the two-bell classic that endures today.
Creamy roses rendered by 19th c. artist Paul DeLongpre underlie the illuminated face. Ideal for guest rooms.
- Requires one AA battery (not included).
- Plastic clock face ensures durability.
- Features illuminated face.
from Houston, Tx
November 6, 2016
This adorable clock from yesteryear is so feminine...so accurate...so great to wake up to! I am hard-of-hearing.....but I have a very feminine; very lovely master bedroom.....frilly and lacy, etc. This beautiful clock not only looks the part; but, it wakes me up with the old-fashioned alarm sound I so desperately need! Great buy!
October 2, 2016
The clock is beautiful. Just what I wanted to add to my decor in my bedroom. I love the vintage look.
from Akron, OH
September 29, 2016
This clock is beautiful, and I love how it looks on my nightstand. A bonus is that there is a button that can be pushed that lights up the face of the clock so it can be read in the dark. The only complaint I have about the clock is that the ticking is pretty loud, so if that would bother you, this would not be the clock for you, at least not right next to your bed.
from Corning, NY
June 28, 2016
The clock is beautiful. Loud enough to wake you up and the face will light up so you can see it in the dark.Worth the price.
June 24, 2016
It's really cute. The light button; that I wasn't expecting, was a delightful surprise.