Vitra George Nelson Asterisk Clock - Black
  • Vitra George Nelson Sunflower Clock
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    Design George Nelson, 1958. Birch plywood or painted black with brass. 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. 29.5" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Vitra George Nelson Sunburst Clock Red
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    Design George Nelson, 1949. 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. 18.5" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Vitra George Nelson Ball Clock - Natural Beech
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    Design George Nelson, 1947. Natural beech, metal. 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. 13" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Vitra George Nelson Polygon Wall Clock
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    Design George Nelson, 1961. Solid walnut, dark stained. 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. 17" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Vitra George Nelson Ball Clock - Black/Brass
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    Design George Nelson, 1947. 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. This clock features black colored ball with a brass body. 13" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Vitra George Nelson Eye Clock
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    Design George Nelson, 1957. Brass, walnut. Made in Germany 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. 13.3" H | 30" w | battery included.
  • Ferm Living Wall Wonder Clock
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    Geometric shapes in various hues and smoked oak veneer combine to stunning effect in this artistically abstract wall clock. It's perfect for keeping track of time or just decorating a contemporary space. Available in multiple colors: black, mint, rose. Smoked oak veneer. 35cm W x 41cm H.
  • Vitra - Sunburst Clock
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    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. 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 true to the original form. Vitra Design Museum Collection.
  • Vitra George Nelson Sunburst Clock Walnut
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    Design George Nelson, 1949. Wood, metal. Made in Germany 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. 18.5" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Bulova Studio 12" Square Bamboo Wall Clock
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    This delightful, square, solid laminated bamboo wall clock is a handsome contemporary accent for any beautiful home. Stylized chrome finish retainer and sleek hands add modern touches to this chic timepiece from Bulova. Batteries not included. Solid laminated bamboo wall clock. Natural lacquer finish. Chrome finish glass retainers. Battery operated movement. 12" wide. 12" high. 1 3/4" deep. Takes AA batteries, not included. Wall clock runs on batteries, not included.
  • Vitra - Ball Clock
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    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. 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 true to the original form. George Nelson designed his Ball Clock in the year 1948 for Vitra. With its high-quality quartz-clockwork, the clock isn't only pretty regarding its appearance, but also extremely rare in its quality.
  • Vitra George Nelson Ball Clock Multi-Colored
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    Design George Nelson, 1947. 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. 13" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Umbra Big Time 18" Clock Nickel-Nickel
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    Umbra Big Time 18" Clock Nickel-Nickel Boldly graphic wall clock configured of floating numbers 3, 6, 9, and 12. Molded wood; nickel finish. Battery operated (batteries not included) Size: 18"W x 18"L. Design: Chris Barnes.
  • VITRA diamond shaped clock
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    Brown wood diamond shaped clock from Vitra featuring a metallic stand. Please note that this is an unworn archive piece. However it is not new and therefore may have minor imperfections.
  • Vitra Nelson Petal Wall Clock
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    Design George Nelson, 1961. Various woods & metals. 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. 17.75" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Newgate Pantry Clock
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    Newgate are known for their iconic, modern vintage clocks. The new 'Pantry' offers a natty little clock, with a simple design with clear numbers and fab, coloured hands. Choose from grey, pink, orange or lime. It will make quite a statement wherever you choose to put it. Quartz movement. Acrylic case. British design. AA Battery (not included) Dimensions: W23cm x D7cm.
  • Vitra - Sunflower Clock
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    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. 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 true to the original form of 1958. Vitra Design Museum Collection.
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  • Vitra George Nelson Tripod Desk Clock
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    Design George Nelson, 1947. Brass, acrylic glass. 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. 6.5" H | 4.3" w | 3.3" d | Battery included.
  • Newgate Covent Garden Alarm Clock- Dreamy Pink
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    What a fab retro design! We may have used the 70s for inspiration but we have stuck to using our high tech kit of the 21st century to create it. Glossy bubble shaped acylic alarm clock with domed acrylic lens.
  • Vitra - Sunburst Clock
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    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. 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 true to the original form. Vitra Design Museum Collection.
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  • Vitra Wheel Wall Clock
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    Design George Nelson, 1961. Dark stained solid walnut, 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. 18" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Mondo - Tick Wall Clock
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    There is one thing that Tick Wall and Table Clock by Mondo can do best: displaying the time in a clear and unmistakable design. No more, but no less. Designer Kazushige Miyake created the Mondo Tick wall and table Clock with convex points on its glass surface. The eye-catching and stylish colours emphasise the extraordinarily simple design of Tick by Mondo that, in spite of everything, always attracts a little attention. Tick has a hole on the back side, so it can be hung up at the wall. Additionally, Tick provides a small stand for placing Tick on the table. In 2013, Tick by Mondo was awarded with the Good Design Award for its captivating simplicity.
  • Vitra - Ball Clock
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    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. 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 true to the original form. George Nelson designed his Ball Clock in the year 1948 for Vitra. With its high-quality quartz-clockwork, the clock isn't only pretty regarding its appearance, but also extremely rare in its quality.
  • Vitra George Nelson Turbine Clock
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    Design George Nelson, 1958. Brass, aluminum. Made in Germany 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. 30.1" Dia. | Battery included.
  • Beak the Clock
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    No need to race in the morning, this tropical bird clock makes greeting the dawn a treat! Holding a brassy pocket watch in its beak, this green parrot stands proudly atop your upcycled desk or dresser, ensuring you stay on task and on time as your day can takes flight!
  • Vitra - Sunburst Clock
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    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. 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 true to the original form. Vitra Design Museum Collection.
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