Frank Lloyd Wright® Willits House Clock

4Average rating: 4 stars (10 reviews)

Known for extending his architectural motifs into every aspect of home decor, Frank Lloyd Wright® (American, 1867–1959) lent his vision to even the smallest of home furnishings. This beautifully crafted, hand-assembled desk clock with printed glass and solid wood case is inspired by his designs. Works by Wright can be found in the museum's collection. Requires one AA battery (not included).

7" x 7 3/4".

72.00 USD $72   ($64.80 Members)

Item #81046  (in stock)

gift box. ($5.95)

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  1. from Chicago, IL:
    • 5
    • Mar 15, 2017

    Very nice. Seems to be of high quality. Great purchase !!

  2. from Arlington, TX:
    • 5
    • Jun 11, 2015

    Just beautiful. I am impressed with the quality of the construction. It will look so nice in my new office.

  3. from Minneapolis, MN:
    • 5
    • Oct 6, 2014

    I have the Frank Lloyd Wright Willits House Clock placed on my piano in the living room. It is just the right size and fits in nicely with my eclectic style.

  4. from Camillus, NY:
    • 5
    • Jan 1, 2014

    This is a beautiful clock and true to Wright's design. It was a gift to my brother to fit in with his mission style furniture. He loves the clock.

  5. from Colby, KS:
    • 5
    • Nov 30, 2013

    Gorgeous. My husband will love his Christmas present.

  6. from Kansas City, MO:
    • 5
    • Oct 16, 2013

    I receive so many compliments on this clock. And I've had it for only a few weeks.

  7. from Pearland, TX:
    • 5
    • Sep 15, 2013


  8. from San Francisco, CA:
    • 5
    • Sep 4, 2013

    I purchased this item as a gift for a close friend with the picture and description as my only references. After he received the gift he raved about the quality and the beauty of the clock. I was so impressed with his reaction that I purchased one for myself.

  9. from Quincy, MA:
    • 3
    • Aug 26, 2013

    I bought this clock several years ago (perhaps 6). It ran, and then it stopped. Beautiful, but I have not been impressed with the quality of the mechanisms of these types of museum items. I had a similar experience with a wristwatch. I recommend conservative expectations on how long this item will continue working.

  10. from Wyndmoor, PA:
    • 5
    • Nov 18, 2012

    Beautiful clock. Looks just as good as in the pictures.

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