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Trace Wall Clock

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Item Description

Clean lines define this modern and elegant wall clock made to be a fine accessory in your home. The brass hands stand out on the background of blackened steel and form a delicate expression. A simplistic approach to the essentials of a clock, it doesn't have second hands or numbers – only the constant, barely noticeable movements of the two hands reflects the trace of time.

Features

  • Metal with black patina.

About Ferm Living

Ferm Living takes pride in creating products that help you balance the contrasts of life. From their base in Copenhagen, they work with artisans around the world, fusing their Scandinavian mindset with global skills and traditions. The result is furniture and accessories with a modern sensibility but with unexpected details.
Dimensions
  • Overall: 16"H x 10"W x 1"D
Specifications
  • Weight: 2.65 lbs.
Material
  • Stainless-steel
Shipping
  • Ships Ground
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Made in
  • China
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