Epoxy Resin wood clock Glow In The Dark Art Deco

Epoxy Resin wood clock Glow In The Dark Art Deco

This unique wall clock features a beautiful combination of epoxy resin and wood, creating a stunning Art Deco design. The clock is battery-operated, powered by a quartz movement, and signed by the artist Jonathan King (jk). The clock displays an analog time with a chime sequence of Jesus, making it a perfect addition to any room. Although it’s perfect for Christmas and Holiday decoration, it can also be used all year round. The clock is…

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Art Deco Mahog Wood Case Atomic / Radio Controlled Quartz Mantel Clock

Art Deco Mahog Wood Case Atomic / Radio Controlled Quartz Mantel Clock

This gorgeous Art Deco clock was made around 1950’s by Seth Thomas. Case is made of mahogany, mahogany veneer, and walnut. It features a skeleton dial under a brass and convex glass door. Wood and brass finish have been lovingly restored and the obsolete electric movement was replaced with a new atomic radio-controlled quartz movement which synchronizes itself up to seven times a day and automatically corrects for Daylight Savings Time. This clock is nearly…

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Vintage 1930’s Baker Wigan Mantle Clock Art Deco Wood Case Untested Parts Repair

Vintage 1930’s Baker Wigan Mantle Clock Art Deco Wood Case Untested Parts Repair

Vintage 1930’s Baker Wigan Mantle Clock Art Deco Wood Case Untested Parts Repair. Not sure if it works or not because I don’t have the key. Shows some wear on the metal frame on the front. Some sort of corrosion. Pendulum is inside and the guts look relatively clean from the back at least. Measures 8″ x 6 1/3″ x 4 3/4 and weighs 4 Lbs 12oz.

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