The Sunflower clock is formed from birch plywood in the classic 1950's design of George Nelson; reissued from the original design documents by the Vitra Design Museum. This 29.5" diameter wall clock makes a statement in any room.
The Flock of Butterflies Wall Clock by George Nelson was originally designed in 1955 and newly revamped by the Vitra Design Museum for 2010. Made of sheet aluminum with varnished clock face. Battery included. Diameter: 24" inches
George Nelson's clock designs embody the spirit of the 1950's with their whimsical forms and use of materials. Released by the Vitra Design Museum - these clocks are true to the originals made from lacquered wood and metal. Designed: 1957 Dimensions: 30" Diameter Material: Brass/Aluminum
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