Handmade Oak and Book Clock

£95.00

Price includes UK p&p.
International shipping is available. See Delivery below.

This captivating clock is produced from an expired medical book and oak, beautifully tactile it combines wood and hundreds of pages, layered and compressed. Lathe turned, a fascinating one of a kind patterned wood grain can be seen from both the wood and paper.

Perfect for any room, this bespoke piece has a Quartz clock movement and the back of the clock features a wall hanging attachment.

This bespoke object is a special gift for yourself or a loved one, a one of kind piece that no one else will ever have and the perfect addition to any home.

This clock measures approximately 19cm diameter x 1cm deep.

Please note the wood and paper may move slightly in different room temperatures. This is normal and part of the materials natural movement.

Each object has a protective eco varnish coating. Please do not put in direct sunlight.

Requires an AA battery (not included). The clock hands will be packed separately, for safety during delivery. Simple assembly is required.

Delivery

  • UK p&p is included, no additional charges at checkout.
  • Estimated UK delivery 3-5 days.
  • International shipping is available for this item.
  • A shipping charge of £5 will be added at checkout.
  • Estimated international delivery approximately 7 working days.
  • Are you in the EU? Please contact us before placing an order.

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