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AJ City Hall Wall Clock

by Arne Jacobsen, 1956/2009 — from 239,00 €
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Originally, Arne Jacobsen designed the City Hall wall clock for Rødovre town hall in 1956; since 2009 the clock has been manufactured by Rosendahl. The arched glass front makes the clock, despite its Scandinavian reduced design, an absolute eye-catcher for any room.


Product type Clock
Dimensions Ø: 16 / 21 / 29 cm
Depth: 4,5 / 5,4 / 6,3 cm
Weight 0,3 / 1,1 / 1,46 kg
Material Mineral glass, convex
Housing: aluminum
Variants Available in 3 sizes
Function & properties Japanese RHYTHME movement
Battery AA 1.5V
Delivery includes Batteries not included
Care Dust and lint can be removed with a soft duster.
Warranty 24 months
Product family All AJ clocks

Popular versions

AJ City Hall Wall Clock, 16 cm
AJ City Hall Wall Clock, 29 cm
AJ City Hall Wall Clock, 21 cm

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