|Clock Face Length (in.)||17.00||Clock Face Width (in.)||17.00|
|Clock Width||Medium (12-24 in.)||Product Depth (in.)||2.50 in|
|Product Height (in.)||23.00 in||Product Width (in.)||23.00 in|
|Alarm||No||Batteries Required||Batteries Required|
|Battery Type Required||AA||Clock Display Type||Analog|
|Clock Face Material||Glass||Clock Frame Material||Plastic|
|Clock Shape||Round||Color Family||Bronze|
|Includes||No Batteries Included||Movement||Quartz|
|Number of alarms||0||Number of Batteries Required||1|
|Power Type||AA Batteries||Product Weight (lb.)||5.15 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Style||Classic, Mediterranean, Transitional|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year limited parts and labor|
A: I just thought it was designed that way but it is not a I before the V so if they made an error hopefully Home Depot will send me the one with the correction
A: Yes. You are right! I bought it because of the size and hoped no one would notice.
A: I do not know why the numeral 4 is wrong. I can only guess that the Asians don't use Roman numerals . . . .
A: I've always been of the understanding that IIII or IV are both acceptable of the number 4.
A: In the clock realm, there technically there isn't a right or wrong answer... Yes-- IV is correct in regular roman numeral conventions. However, a lot of clocks use the IIII for aesthetic balance and this has been done for years and years. This link explains comparing the two: https://www.electrictime.com/news/roman-iiii-vs-iv-on-clock-dials/
A: Slightly, but more smooth.
A: not so much distressed look
A: NO DISTRESSED-LOOK. HOWEVER, IT IS ATTRACTIVE WITH CONCENTRIC RINGS.
A: Yes, more of an antique look
A: Not that I've noticed.
A: None that I've noticed.
A: none that I could hear
A: Yes it ticks. I wouldn't call it loud, but in a quiet room I can hear it across the room.
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