This is what you might call vintage-upon-vintage, being a mid-century inspired wall clock made in 1998, which is of course now ALSO A LONG TIME AGO.
The frame is brushed aluminum, the cover is glass, the movement is quartz, there is a snazzy second hand, all of which is great...but the real prize here is the super charming graphics. Instead of numbers, we have a 1940's lady with a brief case, an early working woman, hurriedly hailing a taxi at 12 and 6. FoxKlox was known for their clever graphics, but this one is particularly stylish and fetching.
The condition is very good.
10.5" Diameter x 1.5" Deep
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