• Butterfly 14 1/4" Round Wall Clock
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    This wall clock features bold, contrasting colors, and a unique butterfly design that includes separate butterfly sticky wall art. The hands uniquely keep time as they move across small butterfly numerals. Takes one AA battery (not included). Butterfly wall clock. Made of MDF. Includes second hand. Removable butterflies can be placed on the wall with the double sided sticky pads. Takes one AA battery (not included). 14 1/4" round. Battery powered, no need for wiring or plugs.
  • Howard Miller 32" Wide London Night Aged Dial Clock
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    Add a touch of style to any room with this handsome wall clock. From the Moment in Time series by Howard Miller, this clock features an aged dial with a black crackle finish and gold center medallion and hands. Pendulum window showcases the brushed brass pendulum at the number 6 position. A stately, visually arresting piece. Wall clock with aged dial. From the Moment in Time series. Pendulum window at 6 position with brushed brass pendulum. Quartz movement takes two AA batteries (not included). 32" wide. 2" deep.
  • Rooster 9" Wide Brown and Beige Wall Clock
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    Add a little charm and style to your walls with this rooster wall clock from Elk Lighting. A rooster graphic at center sits on a beige dial with a wonderful aged look. Roman numerals and delicate space hands finish off the design. A wonderful wall clock for a kitchen, casual dining area or any rustic space. Beige and dark brown finish. Multi-density fiberboard construction. Rooster graphic at center. Roman numerals. Takes AA batteries (not included). 9" wide. 1" deep. Wall clock runs on batteries, not included.
  • Crate & Barrel Walnut 13" Wall Clock
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    Minimalist aluminum hands mark the time on a handsome disk of warm walnut-veneered wood, styled clean and modern without numerals. An understated focal point to home or office wall.
  • Gears of Time 22" Wide Roman Numerals Wall Clock
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    Stay on time and add a wonderful decorative element to your home decor with this wall clock design. The clock features an open-look face with decorative, non-functioning gears. Roman numerals are set around the clock face, and the clock has antique gold finish hour and minute hands. Clock frame and numerals are in a bronze finish with copper finish accents. Battery powered clock can be easily wall hung. Bronze finish. Copper finish accents. Antique gold finish clock hands. Decorative clock gears. Lightweight resin construction. Takes two AA batteries (not included). 22" wide and high. Extends 3" from the wall. Battery powered wall clock.
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  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Asterisk Clock
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    DesignThe Asterisk Clock (1950) is one of more than 150 clocks designed by George Nelson Associates for the Howard Miller Clock Company, which sold them from 1949 into the 1980s. Nelson Associates, first launched as a studio by George Nelson in 1947 in New York City, employed some of the most celebrated designers of the time, including Irving Harper, Don Ervin and Charles Pollock, all of whom contributed to the clocks. Until its closure in the mid-1980s, the company designed a range of products for many clients, including Herman Miller, Inc., which was established in 1923 by Howard Miller’s brother-in-law, D.J. De Pree. A bit of family history: De Pree also founded the Herman Miller Clock Company in 1926 but turned it over in 1937 to Howard, who renamed it. As for the identity of Herman Miller, he was Howard’s father and De Pree’s father-in-law. The Miller companies are not affiliated but stand across the street from one another in Zeeland, Mich. The Asterisk Clock appeared in the original Miller brochure as Model 2213. This is an authentic Nelson Clock, produced by Vitra Design Museum. Uses one AA battery (included). Made in Poland.
  • Alessi Firenze Wall Clock Black
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    Wall clock in ABS, black. Quartz movement. A historic project by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Firenze was designed in 1965 for the La casa abitata exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi, in Florence. In 1996 the project was put into production by Alessi in blue, dark blue, pale orange, grey and white. The Clock is now presented in new versions, which is the result of research conducted by Claudia Raimondo (an Alessi consultant for research on color and finishing Design Achille Castiglioni, Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Diameter: 14-1/4"
  • Vitra George Nelson Flock Of Butterflies Wall Clock
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    Design George Nelson, 1955. Sheet aluminum, varnished. Made in Poland by Vitra. The Nelson clocks were first born from a festive evening of collaboration.... George Nelson recalls: 'And there was one night when the ball clock got developed... Noguchi came by, and Bucky Fuller came by... we started making doodles. Then Bucky sort of brushed Noguchi aside. He said, 'This is a good way to do a clock,' and he made some utterly absurd thing. Everybody was taking a crack at it, pushing each other aside and making scribbles.... and the next morning there was this roll of drafting paper and somewhere in this roll there was the ball clock." These clocks are produced from the original design documents from the Nelson archive with the blessings of the George Nelson estate. 24" dia. | battery included.
  • Vitra Turbine Clock
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    With their diversity of materials used and sculptural shapes, George Nelson's Clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950’s. To this day his wall clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors, in a true to the original form. High-grade quartz clockwork- Battery included.
  • Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - AJ City Hall Wall Clock
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    The Arne Jacobsen wall-clock-classics are back – and now also as table clocks! Arne Jacobsen is the maybe most famous Danish architect and designer. Legendary furnishing-designs made Jacobsen popular in Denmark and further away. The Rosendahl company bought the rights for the Re-Production of the most famous wall-clocks by Arne Jacobsen and re-edited them now in 100% compliance with the original designs and in meticulous cooperation with Teit Weylandt. Teit Weylandt has worked for Arne Jacobsen’s product development during a long time and he focused on every small detail for the re-production of the clocks: ”Not a stone stayed on another: The pointers, the housing, the form of the lens – we studied everything…” The results are three legendary clock-classics that originally ornamented Danish buildings. AJ City wall clock. The City wall clock has been designed by Arne Jacobsen in the year 1956 for the Rødovre City Hall. It bribes with its simplicity, ince the abstract dial displays the hours by means of bars, and the minutes by means of dots. All AJ clocks by Rosendahl embody an interesting diagonal-cut of modern times on a unique way in an Arne Jacobsen design over a period of 30 years. The housing of the clocks consists of aluminium and mineral glass. The clockwork comes out of Japan and is powered by a AA-battery (1.5V).