Gallery clocks, which are generally defined as wall clocks greater than 15 to 40 or so inches in diameter, can make a great statement in a room or any setting. Gallery Clocks are also referrred to frequently as Oversized Clocks, and are also similar is size – and frequently design – to what are known as Railraod Clocks or Railroad Station Clocks, some of which are double-sided. Gallery wall clocks are generally only exceeded in size by Tower Clocks, such as the 4 most famous dials and works inside and out of the Houses of Parliament known to most of the world as the Big Ben Tower Clock, which also plays its famous Westminster Chimes (did you know that the “Big Ben” name referred originally to only the largest bell that strikes hourly, rather than the Clock Tower or even its mechanism?).
To see one truly exquisite Gallery Clock and one of Howard Miller Clocks Company’s finest, take a look at the Howard Miller Galleria Wall Clock, which is a maginificent oak-framed 42 inch Gallery Clock driven by electricity.