On Sale Now! Save 10% on the Brass Sundial And Compass With Wood Box by Wind & Weather at Heisenberg Family. MPN: IN7302. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. An extremely unique desktop accent, our fully functioning Brass Sundial And Compass With Wood Box will be enjoyed for many years to come. This solid
Product Description & Reviews
An extremely unique desktop accent, our fully functioning Brass Sundial And Compass With Wood Box will be enjoyed for many years to come. This solid brass compass features an antique finish for an aged appearance and includes a Sheesham wood box with goldtone plated edges, latch and plate that reads "W. Ottoway London 1915." Use this brass sundial to tell time based on the orientation of the sun and the working compass to find North. A welcome gift for any traveler, history buff or anyone who enjoys collector pieces. Also serves as an intriguing tabletop accent, office or library decoration. Size 4" dia. sundial with 5-1/4 sq. box
Features & Highlights
- Sundial And Compass With Antique Finish
- Solid brass and glass
- Includes a Sheesham wood box
- Fully functioning
- Unique tabletop or desktop accent
2.4 x 6 x 5.9 inches
5.9 x 2.4 x 6 inches
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