To commemorate 2016 the Governor's Mansion Foundation's collectable ornament features the beautiful 18th century grandfather clock held in the State Entrance Room of the Florida Governor's Mansion. This beautiful piece was selected in 1956 by renowned curator James Cogar. It is believed to have been crafted in 1730 and to this day still tracks the phases of the moon, day of the month, and of course time of day. The clock has brass ball finials and is topped off with the striking Corinthian columns. This ornament is sure to captivate, set in gorgeous 24 carat gold and proudly crafted in the USA. It will make the perfect gift for family, friends, and business associates. Make sure you snag one for yourself as well!
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