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Desk clock handmade from reclaimed padauk and ebony

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This one of a kind, elegant clock will look great on your table, desk or shelf. The clock body was made from reclaimed padauk, a beautiful central African wood that was used to form the first columns of Solomon's temple. The feet were made from reclaimed Gabon ebony. The stylish Arabic numeral clock face covers a digital movement claimed by the manufacturer to accurate to within ten seconds per month.

The clock is 5-1/4 in. high, 3 in. wide, 7/8 in thick. The feet are 2 in deep. The clock weighs 6 oz."
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Materials Reused

reclaimed padauk

Materials Reused

reclaimed padauk

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