On January 24, 1848, James W. Marshall found gold at Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, California. The news of gold brought some 300,000 gold-seekers in the California Gold Rush, which lasted until roughly 1855. Americans still love the glittery color of gold. Although most no longer pan for gold, we all appreciate its shiny brightness. Gold colored columns are just one feature that makes our Rosewood Clock with Gold Columns (item T007) popular as an award. This pleasing award also features a solid rosewood base and body that measures 8.25″ x 7.5″. Two gold colored columns run parallel to a round, white-faced clock with a gold trim piece. The timepiece has contrasting black Roman numerals at each hour. A three-hand motion marks each hour, minute, and second. Our engraving technicians will place up to six lines of text underneath the clock face, and all engraving comes free of charge. Bring a golden shine to some appreciative employee or volunteer in your organization by awarding them our Rosewood Clock with Gold Columns.