Reproduction mantel and wall clocks not only deliver nostalgia but are also quite popular and decorative as they combine two different styles into an amazing look. They are ideal for any room or office. Some antique clocks have hanging and/or internal pendulums with brass accents to add an elegant touch.
Following are just a few examples of these extraordinary timepieces:
Airplane Map Clock With Pendulum
A vintage airplane is on a world map clock made of one-half-inch thick MDF Wood. White Arabic numbers are around the clock dial, and fade resistant inks are used. The quartz movement requires only one AA battery.
Baseball Clock National League
This antique-looking baseball clock is from 1909 and is meant to be a gift for a member of a children’s baseball team or for their coach if the team signs the back of the clock. Made of one-half-inch thick MDF wood, it has decorative hands. This is another with a quartz movement that requires just one AA battery.
Charlotte Table Clock
This charming table clock is petite and yet glows solidly on your desk with a brass construction and a heavy convex glass lens with a magnified aged dial that reproduces one used on the busy floors of a telegraph office. It measures 6.5″ x 2.5″ x 2.5″.
Eiffel Tower Wall Clock
This beauty of Paris is available in five different sizes and is exclusively and handmade in the USA. Painted with inks that are fade resistant, the outstanding artwork is mounted on a one-quarter-inch thick wood panel. A brush is used to apply a special UV-resistant coating to give a textured finish. The clock hands are aged slightly in order to match the artwork’s vintage look. The American-made movements are quartz-operated with one AA battery required.
You can read more information here about these and many more beautiful and unique clocks that are created only after being ordered.