This bent oak quartz wall clock was designed by famous mid-century architect and furniture designer Lawrence Peabody, and produced by Seth Thomas in 1981. It has the kind of impact on the wall that can really pull a look together--no surprise from this noteworthy designer. Easy to read from across the room, it features a white lucite face on a backdrop of oak, the 1980's wood of choice.
18.5" H x 11" W x 5" Deep
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