Cone Desk Clock

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Cone Desk Clock

byVitra

Crafted to symbolise the modern American way of life in the 1950s when anything seemed possible, and people strived to be modern. George Nelson’s Cone Desk Clock offers a timeless design as iconic now as it was back then. read more...

Was £245

Now £208

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Made to Order; normally delivered in 8 - 9 weeks.
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An iconic example of 1950s design

1950s America saw a time of growing economic prosperity. An air of optimism and a fascination with modernism saw modern design brought into American homes. George Nelson crafted an array of everyday objects that would signify this lust for modern design, among these was the Cone Desk Clock.

Made in 1954, the Cone provided an unusual diversion from traditional clock design. Its cone shape strayed away from traditional silhouettes, while its black and white design echoed minimal design principles.

Perfect as a mantel clock, or for the desk at home or the office, the Cone’s iconic design looks stylish in any setting, and offers a reliable high-grade quartz clockwork.

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Dimensions

Diameter Depth
14.6cm 15.5cm

 

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UK Delivery

Delivery Service Time To Deliver Order Value Cost
Standard Parcel Delivery 2-5 Working Days Orders Less Than £100 £4.95
  2-5 Working Days Orders Greater Than £100 FREE
       

International Delivery

Delivery Service Time To Deliver Cost
We deliver to most of mainland Europe Up to 14 working days £14.95
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Date Score Reviewer Customer Comment
09-Mar-2016 Cone Desk Clock Product review Product:

Heal's customer Not as well made as l thought it would be
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George Nelson

Together with Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson (1908-1986) was one of the founding fathers of American modernism. Born in Hartford Connecticut in 1908, Nelson was part of a generation of architects who revolutionised product, graphic and interior design transforming everyday objects into works of art.

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