- A astonishing marriage of multifaceted woodwork and artistic art
- Handcrafted in Iowa, the contemporary clock body comprises of common cherry wood emphasized with walnut legs
- Inset with a handcrafted mud tile including a happy picture of a cardinal by mid-century pioneer craftsman Charley Harper, known for his adapted translation of nature
- Perfect for a rack, tabletop, or shelf, the clock stands about 12″ high with a glass face and quartz movement
- Made by deliver the USA
A wonderful marriage of mind boggling woodwork and earthenware craftsmanship! Handmade by the Schlabaugh Family of Iowa, the contemporary clock body comprises of common cherry wood highlighted with walnut legs. The wood is inset with a mud tile highlighting a bright picture of a cardinal by mid-century innovator craftsman Charley Harper, known for his adapted elucidation of nature. Estimating 4″ x 4″, the particular tile is carefully assembled in Michigan utilizing customary systems. Ideal for a rack, tabletop, or shelf, the clock stands almost 12″ high with a glass face and quartz development.
Wood subtleties: Each clock is built of all-common hand-finished hardwoods and gave a reasonable, sturdy completion to upgrade the normal shades of the wood. Stains are not utilized.
– Cherry: Natural cherry wood is local to North America and is a light (nearly maple-like) shading when new. Cherry will normally obscure with age to uncover a rosy dark colored tint.
– Walnut: a hardwood local toward the Eastern United States including dull darker grains that are flawlessly upgraded with age.
American Made Contemporary Cherry Wood Mantel/Shelf Clock With Red Cardinal Art Tile, 12″.