I Like Mike's Mid-Century Modern
This German pendulum wall clock is a (literally) shining example of the Art Deco influence of the 1920’s and '30s. With its sleek mirror design, it shimmers with blue silver, contrasting nicely with the elegant brass hands and numbers. It does have one small chip on the right corner underneath that is not visible when hung on the wall. Keeps time with a cuckoo clock mechanism with a somewhat tinnier sound. Must be wound once a day by pulling chains (a nice ritual, actually). Stunning.
9" Square, but as diamond sits 12.75" H; 4" Deep
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