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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, it’s all about “wall clocks” and we’ve got loads of them.
Some families have an heirloom grandfather clock on the dining room wall. Others might have a singing bird clock in the kitchen or retro kit-cat clock in the kid’s room. In these days when everyone checks the time on their cell phone, we still love a good wall clock.
Retro Flower Clock in Washington, D.C.
This bright timepiece would look perfect hanging over a formica table in a cherry red kitchen.
Find it on Aaron Hesson‘s Corner. $25.
Brass Leaf Sunburst Clock in Chicago, Illinois
We love the combination of gold color and leaf motif on this huge, retro wall clock.
Find it on Lucy‘s Corner. $425.
Pendulum Clock in Yonkers, New York
You don’t see too many classic pendulum clocks like this anymore. We love the wood and metal combination.
Find it on MM914?auto=format‘s Corner. $60.
Howard Miller Hexagon Clock by George Nelson in New York, New York
This Hexagon Clock by George Nelson is a rare vintage collectable that looks at home in an office.
Find it on David‘s Corner. $275.
Handmade Teacup Wall Clock in Brooklyn, New York
We can never pass over a good teacup at a flea market. Here’s a sweet idea for all those dainty cups and saucers.
Find it on Caroline Toni’s Corner. $200.
Convex Spy Mirror Clock in New York, New York
We would have killed for this clock back in our Harriet-The-Spy days. The convex shape of this huge mirror clock lets you see around corners. And it’s shiny!
Find it on Regiaart‘s Corner. $950.
Welby Starburst Clock in Queens, New York
Great brass and walnut accents make up this retro starburst clock.
Find it on Found‘s Corner. $250.