Osprey Mantel Clock Limestone by Thomas Kent
This Thomas Kent Osprey Mantel Clock Limestone is a mantel clock with a great new profile and finished in a Limestone effect dark grey finish. This new profile is both an elegant yet contemporary styled clock perfect to fit in any home.
The brand ‘Thomas Kent’ is shown on the face. An elegant and stylish open faced 6″ mantel clock with a Scandinavian influence, the Osprey Mantel Clock comes in a wood finish with matching hands and numerals on a fresh white face, which shows that less is more.
Simply beautiful, and will feel right at home in contemporary and traditional interiors.A round edged battery operated clock with a clear and easy to read clock face. Ideal for any Hall , Lounge, Bedroom or Study. This stylish clock makes for a perfect gift and ideal for any new home. Why not have in your office or workspace and be the envy of your colleagues.
All it requires is single AA battery (not included). Really charming gift for a new home. Decorative finished outer with soft pads on base to protect your furniture or shelves. Comes in a printed boxed, ideal for gifting.
Size: H 15cm x W 15cm x D 6cm. Comes with a 1 year Guarantee
Thomas Kent Clocks – Nigel Waller designed and manufactured his first Thomas Kent Clock in 1980 and in the intervening years a great deal has been learned, discovered, and understood about what makes a truly great clock. Like all the best designers, Nigel believes exploring and evaluating the designs of the past is an important part of the design process and over the years trawling the flea markets, industrial salvage yards and vintage stores of the world he has amassed a comprehensive collection of early and mid-twentieth century timepieces that spans large industrial clocks to tiny eastern European watch faces. Often these provide the early inspiration for a range but ideas can spring from anywhere – walks along the British coastline or in the Yorkshire Dales might suggest a particular material or colour palette; the sights, sounds and cultures experienced around the world might influence the development of another collection.