Before the work life ubiquity of black cords and hard plastic, the desks of executives were once vast expanses of teak or walnut on which one might chose to place certain key items, such as a pen, some paper, and perhaps a clock. This very attractive wood desk clock set is new, but it is made in homage to that mid-century era. Four clocks will help you keep your transcontinental business straight, and should you need to pen a note (perhaps email is down) your instrument is right at hand. The post-it notes and the handy color tabs are a subtle nod to our modern times. Clearly this useful and nicely made set was made by Technicolor for people they considered important. Who’s to say that can’t be you?
10.5" long x 4.25" Deep x 1.25" H closed, 5" H open
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