In 1970, an accomplished woodworker named Tony August made this rectangular wall clock in his home workshop. It’s a surprisingly successful design choice to place the metal square clock face on a wood background of butcher-block like strips of mixed hardwoods—maple, walnut, mahogany, cherry and ash. The clock is refined and well-made, with an expertly made frame to give it a finished overall look. Battery powered movement keeps time perfectly. Very few minor imperfections that certainly don’t detract from the overall beauty of this wonderful piece.
22.5" L x 9.5" W x 1.5" D
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