This rare little mid-century beauty was made in the Black Forest region of Germany, circa 1960*. It has a mesmerizing round ball shape, and the wind-up movement you would expect from a vintage clock. The lucite is clear and unscratched, and the overall condition of the clock is terrific. Time works, alarm works, and it is dripping with cool mid-century modern style.
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*West German clocks from this era were marked both "West Germany" and "Germany".
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