This is a rare intact and working version of this very unique 1930’s Westclox paper weight clock. The bakelite rim has been repaired and has shrunk over the the years, but all original pieces are here. The thick glass rounded prism top shows off a celestial universe, with clock hands that move a star and a planet around
3" Diameter, 2" H
Free shipping in the US!
This is a substantial piece, despite its size. Solid stone and brass, it features a determined bull pushing a round ball desk clock. Clock works... View full product details
This classic Bulova desk clock pays homage to the pocket watch. Roman numerals are supplemented with minute markers, as they might be on a watch.... View full product details
Flip digital clocks inhabit a special tech zone between past and present. This one has a cool atomic curved design, in silver and black. There... View full product details
This is a stately and well-made quartz battery-powered world clock by Citizen, designed for the executive who has business around the globe—or wants to. The... View full product details