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Winfield Espresso Picture Frame Clock
Winfield Espresso Picture Frame Clock
Product ID:
B1234
Availability:
Usually ships the next business day
Price:
$57.00
Sale price:
$42.75
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If you are looking for a gift for family member, friend, or associate's housewarming party, anniversary or birthday, or to recognize a retiring club or organization chairperson, there may be a few important factors to finding the perfect gift! You many want it to look elegant, to be practical or useful in some way, and you many want it to be personalized with your heartfelt message to your recipient. This is a gift idea that can check off every factor on your list! It's a combination photograph frame and clock, designed with a brushed aluminum-finish hinged case. It's bordered in a rich, dark espresso wood frame around each panel, so it can be set on your desktop, shelf or side table in your home or office. The opening for your photo measures 4'x6' and both panels are covered with a protective glass lens. The clock has a white face with contrasting black hands and numbers. We can engrave your personalized message below the picture frame for free, and we will package the frame/clock in an attractive gift box for your presentation. With this gift, you receive both the Bulova warranty AND the Executive Gift Shoppe's Satisfaction and Performance Guarantee!
2 Questions & 2 Answers
Leigh
from Monroe, GA asked:
August 29, 2017
Where is the personalization going? Are both lines underneath the picture?
1 Answer
Yes, both lines go under the picture.
Customer Service
on August 30, 2017

December 5, 2013
Can we get the first line "we love you" on top of the picture side? And then "Memaw and Tony" on the bottom of the picture side? Thank you so much
1 Answer
Yes, we can do that for you. Just let us know in the comments section of our checkout page how you would like the engraving done.
on December 5, 2013