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Asterisk Style Clock - Black

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  • Asterisk Style Clock Black image.
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Asterisk Style Clock - Black

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Designed in 1950, the Asterisk Clock is one of the more than 150 clock designs by George Nelson. With the sculptural shape and the diversity of materials used, this design embodies the joie de vivre of the 1950s. Even after more than six decades, this clock remains a refreshing alternative to usual timekeepers that we are used to. Hang this clock on a wall and expect to be swept away on your feet because it will surely add a pop of atomic age in your wall.

Asterisk Style Clock
Asterisk Style Clock


Know the time of the day in a much enjoyable way with the Asterisk Clock designed by George Nelson. A Designer Editions of Designer Editions features a highly styleted version of the original design in black lacquered aluminum die cut steel asterisk face with chunky angular hands for easy time telling. Powered by a high quality quartz movement attached to an Aluminum Quartz Holder with White hour and minute hands for a perfect contrast. Perfect for those who opts for black and white minimalist interior scheme. Simple yet elegant, this clock will speak for itself.


Asterisk Style Clock
  • Frame: Aluminum Quartz Holder, Die Cut Steel
  • Style: Classic Design
  • Warranty: 5 Years 
  • Assembly: Full
  • Instructions:N/A
  • Care: Spot Clean
  • Batteries: 1*  AA (No Included)
  • Dimension: Width 25.5cm , Depth 25.5cm, Height 7.5cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 31cm, Depth 31cm, Height 10cm
  • CBM: 0.01/0.071 Product Weight: 1.1kg
Inspired By

George Nelson

George Nelson, born 1908 in Hartford, Connecticut was an American industrial designer and one of the founders of American Modernism. He did not originally set out to become an architect but fate lead him to the path when one rainy day he happened upon the architecture school at Yale, when he ducked into a building and as he walks his way through the building, he immediately found where he belonged. Entering the profession in the depths of the Great Depression, Nelson competed for and was awarded a Rome Prize, which provided a two-year stipend to study at the American Academy in Rome. George Nelson shaped the course of design in America for over four decades. Many of his designs were known worldwide including the Coconut Chair, Marshmallow Sofa, and Ball Clock to name a few.

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