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  • Vitra Sunburst Clock - Multicoloured
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    Make a bold statement with this Sunburst Clock from Vitra. Designed by George Nelson, this unique clock is crafted from wood & metal and features a vibrant, multicoloured design. With a high quality quartz movement and rechargeable battery included, this fabulous clock brings contemporary style to your home and makes a wonderful gift idea for any occasion. Please note battery cannot be sent overseas. Key features: * Material: wood, metal * Dimensions: 47cm diameter * Designed by George Nelson * Multicoloured sunburst clock * High quality quartz clock movement * Rechargeable battery included * Please note battery cannot be sent overseas * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Ball Clock - Multi-coloured
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    Bring contemporary style to your home with this Ball Clock from Vitra. Crafted from wood & metal, it’s designed by George Nelson and features multicoloured balls in replace of conventional numbers. With a high quality quartz movement and rechargeable battery included, this distinctive clock is a refreshing alternative to classic styles and makes a fabulous addition to any room in your home. Please note battery cannot be sent overseas. Key features: * Material: wood, metal * Dimensions: 33cm diameter * Designed by George Nelson * Multicoloured wooden ball clock * High quality quartz clock movement * Rechargeable battery included * Please note battery cannot be sent overseas * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Night Desk Clock
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    Bring chic style to your desk or bedside table with this Night Desk clock from Vitra. Designed by George Nelson, this stunning gold clock sits proudly on three legs and features elegant white detailing on the face. With a high quality quartz movement and 1.5 volt battery included, it adds a touch of luxury to your home or office and makes a fabulous gift idea for any occasion. Please note battery cannot be sent overseas. Key features: * Material: brass, acrylic glass * Dimensions: H15x10.5cm * Designed by George Nelson * Stunning gold desk clock * High quality quartz clock movement * 1.5 volt battery included * Please note battery cannot be sent overseas * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Sunflower Wall 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 design so cherished by collectors and true to the original form.
  • Vitra - Cone Clock
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    The Vitra Home Complements Collection connects iconic designs of Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard or George Nelson with new designs of younger talents. The collection includes design objects, home accessories and textiles. Timeless companions for special events. One of the re-edited design objects by Vitra is the classic Cone Clock by the designer George Nelson. As a creative director, George Nelson worked for the furniture company Herman Miller for many years. At the same time he designed clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company, which caught the lifestyle of the 50s. Among them was the Cone Clock, whose name comes from the backside pointed cone shape. The minimal design of this and other clocks by George Nelson is based on the personal conviction of the designer, where the focus lays on the pointers, not on the digits, in order to know the time. The Cone Clock is produced according to original designs by Vitra and it is delivered with a sophisticated quartz clockwork.
  • Vitra Star Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Diameter: 61 cm. Finish: Chrome & Brass.
  • Vitra - Star Clock
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    Vitra Home Complements The American designer George Nelson counts to the embossing people of American Post-War design, together with personalities like Charles and Ray Eames or Alexander Girard. This is a good reason for the re-edition of some of the designs of these influential creatives in the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Thereby all the designs are produced out of the original materials and according to the original designs. Nelson influenced the image of the American furniture producer Herman Miller for many years being the creative director of the company. The designer created his own table and wall clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company at the same time. Wall Clocks by Georg Nelson The clocks by Nelson became more and more playful with the years. Thereby the designer renounced number dials most of the times. Since he was convinced about users concentrating on the position of the pointers, more than on the numbers. That’s the reason why many of Nelson’s wall clocks, like the Star Clock have an exceptional shape, with 12 distinctive dots. The Star wall clock is a star in every home. A shining wall decoration and time displayer with sculptural charm. The spokes and pointers of the clock are made of chrome and brass and the gold and silver tones interplay. The Vitra clocks of Georg Nelson appear with a high class quartz clockwork.
  • Vitra Sunburst Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Diameter: 47 cm. Colour: Black/Brass, Walnut, Red or Multicoloured.
  • Vitra - Spindle Clock
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    George Nelson already worked for the furniture company Herman Miller from 1946-66 as creative director. At the same time he designed table and wall clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company, catching the lifestyle of the 50s and 60s. Selected designs of that time are also re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Spindle Clock 1957 was a very productive year of the designer. He created more than 20 wall clocks in many colours and made of many materials, One of the mdoels of that period is the Spindle Clock. The body of this exciting timer is made of matt brass. The pointers have different colours and shapes. A triangular pointer for the hours in white and pointers for the minutes and seconds in powerful orange make it easy to read the time. The unusual hours-tubes are made of walnut wood and they spread a pleasantly warm atmosphere. The Vitra clocks from Georg Nelson are delivered with a sophisticated quartz clockwork.
  • Vitra Polygon Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Diameter: 43 cm. Finish: Walnut.
  • Vitra - Diamond Clock
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    The designer George Nelson already designed table and wall clocks for the Howard Miller Clock Company, catching the lifestyle of the 50s and 60s. Selected designs of that time are now re-edited in the Home Complements Collection by Vitra. Diamond Clock The Georg Nelson wall clocks renounce numeric dials. This characteristic is responsible for many Nelson clocks to get a special shape, like the one of the Diamond Clock. The sculptural table clock is a re-edition close to the original. It convinces by sophisticated material processing and sculptural charm. The body of the distinctive table clock is made of walnut. All the Vitra clocks from Georg Nelson are produced with a high class quartz clockwork.
  • Vitra Eye Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 34 cm. Width: 76 cm. Finish: Brass & Walnut.
  • Asterisk Wall Clock by George Nelson for Vitra
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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 clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual time - keepers. Dimensions: D250cm
  • Vitra Wheel Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Diameter: 45.5 cm. Finish: Walnut & Aluminium.
  • Vitra Turbine Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Diameter: 76.5 cm. Finish: Brass & Aluminium.
  • 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 - 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 - Asterisk 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. The traditional wall clock has a relaxing effect on the viewer and ensures conversations – possibly because of the materials, since wood and metal aren’t exceptionally new products but what counts is what George Nelson made out of them. The sophisticated quartz clockwork with the included 1.5 V battery is moreover a guarantee for a long life with a reliable time display.
  • Vitra Asterisk Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Diameter: 25 cm. Finish: Black.
  • Vitra - Turbine Clock
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    The wall clock was designed by George Nelson in the year 1957. It is one of the known clocks of the designer that are presented as Wall Clocks at the Vitra Company. The Turbine Clock from Vitra is a fidel reedition of the wall clock and consists of brass and aluminium. It possesses a high quality quartz movement. In a variety of materials and sculptural forms, George Nelson’s clocks embody the awareness of life of the 50es. His clocks still are a refreshing alternative to the common timekeepers today. The architect George Nelson counts to the most important and influential personalities of American design. Besides his work as an architect, designer and exposition designer he coined the international design and architecture discourse over the decades with his extensive journalistic work. Vitra produces and distributes a part of George Nelson’s designs since 1957, initially under license registration. In the year 1984 Vitra undertook the exclusive rights for Europe and the Middle East. The collection grew by a few designs over the last years.
  • Vitra Spindle Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Diameter: 57.7 cm. Finish: Aluminium, Solid Walnut.
  • 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.
  • Vitra Sunflower Wall Clock
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    Designer: George Nelson. Manufacturer: Vitra. Diameter: 75 cm. Finish: Birch & Black.
  • Vitra - Petal Clock
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    George Nelson’s clocks embody the lifestyle of the 50s in numerous materials and sculptural shapes. America was embossed by believing in advance and the economic boom in that time. It all seemed possible, one wanted to be modern. With the aim of creating modern home design, George Nelson designed a program of everyday objects such as lamps, clocks and other home accessories – icons of the 50s emerged, such as the Ball Clock or the Bubble Lamp. Vitra produces many of the collector’s desired pieces since the 1990s according to the original designs. The George Nelson clocks by Vitra are a refreshing alternative to common clocks with their high grade quartz clockwork and there are suitable models for nearly every taste with this huge selection of different creations.
  • Vitra - Night Clock
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    An original classic: George Nelson has designed his round Night Clock in the year 1948. The desired collectors’ clock hasn’t lost any of its charm, even a few decades after its first appearance. With its original colours and forms the table clock is also today a refreshing alternative to the common time chronometers. The Night Clock has been designed by George Nelson as part of the Desk Clocks collection. The single table clocks of the mini series all emerged between 1947 and 1953. With its sculptural forms and the chosen colours and materials, the clocks embody the life-feeling of the 1950s. The company Vitra manufactures the George Nelson Night Clock today in an original re-edition out of brass and acrylic glass. The table clock’s clockwork consists of high quality quartz and is delivered with a 1.5 Volt battery, ready to work.
  • Vitra - Eye Wall Clock
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    The Eye Clock was designed by George Nelson in the year 1964. The exceptional clock is produced with brass and walnut from Vitra. Because of its large dimensions of 34 x 76 cm the eye-optic comes perfectly to goal. George Nelson’s clocks embody the awareness of life of the 50es with a variety of materials and sculptural forms. His clocks are still today a refreshing alternative to conventional timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum publishes a reediting of the collector’s desired designs in original forms.