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The Cone Clock belongs to the series of desk clocks designed in the 1950s by George Nelson and which are now produced by Vitra. Created in a period when domestic spaces were breaking with the conventions of the past and becoming modern, the Vitra clock belongs to a period when everything was possible, progress everywhere, in short: when the American dream was real and ubiquitous. Against this background George Nelson created a range of everyday objects which should reflect the spirit of the period, should make life and private habitats beautiful. Objects such as the Cone Clock. Supported by a low triangle frame the Nelson Clock is anything but conventional, featuring as it does little more than a reduced clock face and shapely hands. A stylish everyday companion in every household!
Dimensions in mm
|Material||Case: brass / polyurethane
Cover: acrylic glass
|Function & properties||With high-quality quartz movement|
|Delivery includes||Clockwork and battery included in delivery|
|Care||Dust and fluff can be removed with a soft duster.|
|Certificates & Sustainability||Vitra conform to
ISO 9001: 2008 (Quality management systems)
ISO 14001: 2004 (Environmental management systems)
|Product family||Nelson Desk Clocks|
|Datasheet||Click for more information (ca. 0,2 MB).
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