Amana Armenburg Wall Clock
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Amana Armenburg Wall Clock

Item #: FWC-2001
Dimensions: 15"W x 8"D x 34"H
Additional Information
Availability: 6-8 Weeks

Taking its name from one of the areas in Germany that gave our forefathers refuge, the Armenburg Wall Clock features a bonnet top with wheat design carving, making this clock one of our signature pieces.

Clock Instructions

  • Solid wood bench-made construction
  • Personally crafted in our Amana workshop and signed by the craftsman who built the clock
  • German 8-day key-wound movement
  • Westminster chime on each quarter hour with a silencing option
  • 2 year warranty
  • Proudly made in the USA!
  • Available in walnut, cherry and oak
  • Personalization available. Please call 1-800-247-5088 for more information!
This handcrafted Amana Clock will ship UPS based on the rates to the shipping address. We are not able to offer flat rate shipping on this item.

We make shipping easy and straightforward. All items, with the exception of larger furniture and clock pieces*, will ship at a flat rate of $10.95 (5-7 days on average).

We know it is hard to wait for your Amana products, which is why we give you the option to upgrade to two-day shipping.

 Regardless of which option you choose, we will always neatly package your items and send them by either UPS or USPS, depending on what is best for your order.

*Items that require ABF freight or set up/delivery, by the Amana Furniture Shop, will be noted in the checkout process and will be the only shipping option listed.

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By: James Guyton  |  Feb 6, 2013

A pleasure to own

I bought this clock in 1987. Back then only 50 were made per year. It is truly beautiful and the chime is part of the atmosphere of our home. The spring has worn over the 25 years we have used it and probably needs to be replaced as I have to wind it about every 3-4 days. One of my favorite possessions and reminds me of the 5 years I spent in Iowa City.