Here’s your chance to own an iconic piece of 20th century Streamline design! The sleek Style 304 Zephyr was introduced by Lawson Time, Inc. 1937, and it remained in production into the 1950s. Its design was long attributed to noted German-American industrial designer/architect KEM Weber, but recent research suggests it was more likely the creation of acclaimed Deco-era master metalsmith Paul Feher and designer George Adomatis. This particular clock was made at Lawson’s Pasadena location between 1940 and 1948. It’s in excellent condition, runs very quietly and keeps time accurately. It features an antique finished copper plated case with polished brass trim pieces and feet. Case is in great shape — finish still has its original gloss, just one barely noticeable ding and some very minimal surface wear. Trim pieces are very clean, as are the grooved and painted’speed lines. The ivory colored Plaskon number wheels are also very clean and no paint loss. This clock’s motor and movement have been thoroughly cleaned, lubricated, and bench tested. A period appropriate fabric wrapped cord with a vintage bakelite plug have been installed. The Zephyr measures 8″ wide, 3 1/2″ tall, and 3 1/8 deep. The Lawson Zephyr is among the most sought after of Deco era clock, and fine all original examples like this one are extremely difficult to find. This clock will be the star of your Streamline/Deco collection! The item “Vntg Streamline/Art Deco Lawson Clock Style 304 Zephyr” is in sale since Thursday, December 14, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Vintage (1930-69)\Shelf, Mantel”. The seller is “chadakoin” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States