Banker's Clock
Banker's Clock
Banker's Clock
Banker's Clock
Banker's Clock

Banker's Clock

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The Banker's Clock design was created in 1971 by Arne Jacobsen for the National Bank of Denmark in Copenhagen. Now a staple of modern design, the clock face is separated into 12 segments like an abacus, with the corresponding bar filled in to represent the hour.

Size: 11.4" diameter (29 cm)

*Uses one AA battery; included.

Ship Time: 3-5 days

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About Arne Jacobsen (1902-71) : architect and designer. Educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Cph, professor at the Academy.

As a designer, Jacobsen made prototypes for furniture, textiles, wallpaper, silverware etc. Among his most famous designs are The Ant™, Series 7™, The Egg™ and The Swan™ , and the tableware Cylinda-Line.

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