Gilbert Rohde Clock 6351 in Spun Aluminum with Black Alumilite Finish - Rare
Seldom Seen Rohde Clock with Diagonal Bar
Gilbert Rohde designed Art Deco electric clock model # 6351 manufactured by the Herman Miller Clock Company ca. 1934. This clock is an exceptionally clean, moderne design by Gilbert Rohde. The circular spun aluminum clock case is stabilized by a straight diagonal black alumilite finish bar. This iconic clock is featured in the book The Machine Age in America: 1918-1941 and is part of the collection at the Museum of Fine Art Boston. This clock has not been cleaned in any way and is all-original
The silver dial is lithographed with black deco numerals and imprinted “Herman Miller Clock Co., Zeeland, Mich, USA”. The condition this all-original clock is great with only some signs of age + use to the spun aluminum case and black diagonal member. The clock is fitted with the original self-starting electric movement that is in working condition at this time. Power cord has been replaced at some point.
The small clock measures approximately: 8.5" wide by 3.5" high and 2" deep. There is no guarantee of accuracy with it keeping time. If you wish to use it daily, it is recommended you have a qualified professional service it, as it may need lubrication and calibration.