Eye Wall Clock

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Eye Wall Clock

byVitra

Determined to bring modern design into everyday American homes, George Nelson's clock range embodies the joie de vivre of the mid-century period. Despite being designed in the 1950s, the playful silhouette of the Eye Wall Clock remains a refreshing alternative to run-of-the-mill timekeepers with solid metal elements framed around a smoothly carved wooden beam. read more...

Was £275

Now £233

Availability
Made to Order; normally delivered in 8 - 9 weeks.
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Eye spy iconic mid-century design from George Nelson

At the centre of George Nelson’s Eye Wall Clock sits a thick black disk and dark wood beam with metal frames curving around to create the image of an abstract eye complete with metal eye lashes.

The quirky shape of the clocks hands, a geometric triangle and bright orange line, display the designer’s playful approach while also adding some subtle touches to colour.

This clock simply and discreetly mounts to the wall and contains and features a high-grade quartz clock-work and 1.5V battery.

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Dimensions

Height Width
34cm 76cm

 

Delivery Information

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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
Reviews
Feefo Reviews - Average 100% (1 reviews)
Date Score Reviewer Customer Comment
04-Dec-2016 Eye Wall Clock Product review Product:

Heal's customer Love the design of this wall clock and great to have a different shape from the round some times square ones.
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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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