Grandfather Clock Christmas Ornament
Personalized Christmas Ornament
Dimensions: 2" x 4 1/2"
The clock is ready to strike midnight, which means Christmas morning is near and Santa Claus will soon be coming down the chimney. Grandfather Clocks used to be the world's most accurate timekeeping technology. In modern times, they are used primarily for decoration and antique collecting. Add a name or date to the personalized Grandfather Clock ornament for a special holiday keepsake.
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11/21/2016 - "Excellent selection. Alex K."
11/23/2016 - "I Love Your shop it makes it so easy to order for my kids that are in the Military because you ship everything to them.Thanks so much! Rochelle S."
11/2/2016 - "I have been ordering from The Ornament Shop for the past 6-7 years if not longer. love their options and the ability to personalize my Christmas ornaments. Melissa G."
12/7/2016 - "This is only my 2nd time ordering from here. I get my sons teachers Christmas oranments here. I also got my family personalized ones ,that i loved. Jennifer M."
10/30/2016 - "I was happy to find the ornament perfect for my purchase and all aspects of the order were of high quality. Ada D."
3/7/2017 - "Love it!!! Angeline B."
12/14/2016 - "I purchased my two distinct ornaments, the chef and the hairdresser for gifts. The people I gave them to were overwhelmed with joy especially when they saw their names on the decoration. Great job Ornament Shop! Ronald M."
11/17/2016 - "My favorite Christmas ornament is the family on the toboggan. You must have discontinued that item. I was disappointed that is was no longer available. I do love your large amount of choices. Nancy T."
12/22/2016 - "Returning customer for many years! Never disappointed. Cyndy P."
9/28/2016 - "I have used ornament shop for years and am highly satisfied. These ornaments are fun memory makers and my grandchildren love to point their personal ones out on their Christmas tree. Patricia W."