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Beautifully Carved DO NOT DISTURB Clock Collection03

Designer Ernest Perera has created two versions of his DO NOT DISTURB clock for manufacturer Amor de Madre. "You'll look at it without wanting to know the time.

A Black Forest carved fruitwood wall timepiece. Having a 5" white enamelled Roman dial. The single-train movement with winged stamp in a profusely carved case with lattice incised ground, glazed dial window and lenticle. 30.5" (77.5cm) high

A Black Forest carved fruitwood wall timepiece. Having a white enamelled Roman dial. The single-train movement with winged stamp in a profusely carved case with lattice incised ground, glazed dial window and lenticle.

A clock carved in birch 30cm x 90cm

A clock carved in birch x The Rococo Moose

This beautifully crafted George Nelson Sunflower Clock is created by combining and bending plywood into the shape resembling sunflower petals. This clock is crafted with the highest quality materials and a quartz movement, so it will last a lifetime. Each hour is marked with a small metal circle, and the center is black, just like a real sunflower. This impressive piece of art will bring character to any room in your home.

Sunflower Clock - Black

Mid-Century Modern Reproduction Sunflower Clock - Black Inspired by George Nelson

'Barbara Hepworth (British, 1903–1975). Oval Form with Strings and Color, 1966. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Gift of Hon. and Mrs. Peter I. B. Lavan, by exchange, 2007 (2007.95). © Bowness, Hepworth Estate | The artist carved this sculpture directly from a massive log of English elm when she was at the height of her powers, and it is a key work of her maturity. #OneMetManyWorlds

Oval Form with Strings and Color Barbara Hepworth (British, Date: 1966 Medium: Elmwood and painted Elmwood with cotton strings Dimensions: 33 x 22 x 21 in. x 57 x 55 cm)

Really love these kumiko patterns, beautiful craftmanship

Really love these kumiko patterns, beutiful craftmanship

Clock by Karim Rashid does not believe in Luck; his mantra is perseverance, diligence and talent.

People know him as the man who has designed more than 3000 products, worked in 40 countries and winner of umpteen awards.

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