George Nelson Ball Clock By Vitra

It's hard to resist the attractive George Nelson Ball Clock with its instantly recognizable wire rods and brightly colored balls. This fabulous wall clock was designed more than half a century ago and is the most recognized wall clock in modern day history. Legend has it that it was designed by George Nelson, Irving Harper, Buckminster Fuller and Isamu Noguchi during a night of drinking in 1947.

Unmistakably inspired by the space-age atomic period of the late 1940's, it is perfect for your retro-styled modern home decor. Battery powered by 1 AA battery (included), it has a quartz driven mechanism.

George Nelson Clocks are perfect for any interior space in the home or office. The modern designs have an attractive sculptural shape and are a refreshing alternative to traditional timekeepers.

View the George Nelson Clock Collection here.

  • Design: George Nelson
  • Year: 1947
  • Material: lacquered wood and metal
  • Dimensions: Ø 13"


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