Walnut Diamond Clock

Walnut Diamond Clock

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Designed in 1953 for Herman Miller, the Diamond Clock by George Nelson has become and icon of modern design.

A stylish symbol for any desk or office, this is an authentic re-release by the Vitra Design Museum. Made from Solid Walnut with Quartz Timepiece Movement.

Total Size: 6.75 x 10 x 5.5 " inches

Ship Time: 3-5 days


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Founded in 1950, Vitra has manufactured the furniture designs by George Nelson and Charles & Ray Eames since 1957 while expanding to develop a wide range of progressive home, office and public space furnishings. More than just a design-oriented producer, the Vitra Design Museum retains a collection of iconic modern furniture & miniatures from designers such as Verner Panton, Frank Gehry, Jean Prouvé, Max Bill, & Isamu Noguchi.

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