In Search Of — Clocks

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Welcome to the daily series, In Search Of, where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today we’re looking for clocks!

Just in time for you to spring forward. Set your new-to-you clock to the right time!

GE 60’s/70’s Flower Kitchen Clock in Washington DC

Keeps accurate time. It’s in good condition. This would be a fun addition to anyone’s retro kitchen. Visit Aaron Hesson’s Krrb Corner. $25.

Bulova Blue Mid-Century Desk Alarm Clock in Brooklyn, New York

Gorgeous blue is not the only thing going for this Mid-Century square desk alarm clock. The clean modern lines, the glow-in-the-dark hands & markers, the crisp chrome detailing—it all adds up to a very nice clock, made with Bulova quality and still running perfectly well, as if it were 1965. Visit I Like Mike’s Krrb Corner. $125.

Mid-Century “The Bar Is Open” Clock in Salem, New Jersey

This is the cutest bar clock ever. It’s the classic Spartus brand “The Bar Is Open” clock. It lights up and keeps time. Visit Cape Coop’s Krrb Corner. $18.

George Nelson Turbine Clock in Berlin, Germany

Brass finish, turbine clock chrome features brick hands. The George Nelson mark is at 12. Visit Equity Modern’s Krrb Corner. $150.

Seth Thomas Sunburst Clock in Harrisburg, PA

This gorgeous Mid-Century clock will be a ‘wow’ in any room! It is in excellent vintage condition and powered by the original movement that keeps great time. Visit Cathy Ryan’s Krrb Corner. $275

 

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