In 1975, the esteemed Swiza clock company of Switzerland chose this clock as the lone star of their magazine advertisement campaign. You can see why. Modern and very unique, it features a nicely heavy chrome ball clock, an 8-day wind up with an alarm, that sits cradled on a very modern Lucite base. The clock can sit without the acrylic base, though you probably won't want to separate this duo. The base has some minor surface marks that do not detract. The ball clock is in mint condition.
4" H overall; Ball clock is 2.5" Diameter; Acrylic base is 4: x 4" x 1.5" H
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