Barrel stave wall clock, with hand painted numbers
This handmade, solid oak clock is made from the central stave of a reclaimed whisky barrel. The cream alluminium hands with hand painted time markers at 12 and 6, and quartz battery powered mechanism, makes a great feature and talking point in any room. Each stave was orignally handed crafted by a skilled barrel cooper and and aged differently, which adds to the unique character of each clock, no one is the same! Details: 94 - 96cm length Width 7 - 9 cm depending on each stave. Silent sweep…
Nina Cambron (Nina Cambron) Glass Artist | Artful Home
Nina Cambron approaches each fused glass design as if it were a painting. She combines her deep understanding of color with beautifully simple abstract designs to create a wide range of fused glass wall sculptures, clocks, and mixed-media figures. Cambron imbues her work with the subtlety and movement of a watercolor and has mastered the art of overlapping glass to achieve a multitude of rich hues, shapes, and design elements. She often designs her wall sculptures to cast colorful…
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34 Wooden Wall Clocks To Warm Up Your Interior
A selection of 34 wooden clocks to fire up your winter. Whether over a kitchen, bedroom, or study wall, these decorative wooden wall clock find interior favour.
Define your time with these modern, laser-cut clocks from Perhacs Studio. Made from recycled and renewable materials, the Square Lines Clock is a sharp multidimensional wall clock with black hour and minute hands and a face that shows an asymmetrical line design.
Retro nature wall clock from Next - Retro to Go
This new retro nature wall clock from Next does pretty much what it claims to in its name: marrying a retro look with a floral motif. The design
This clock is mind-bogglingly cool. Look at the clock straight-on, the numbers appear clear and visible. From the side, the numbers are indiscernible and look more like suspended, dripping dots.