At first glance, the George Nelson Classic Brass Eye Wall Clock With Wood Trim by Kirch - 30 Inches Wide might seem like just any other modern, geometric clock. But if you keep looking, you'll see it looking back at you. George Nelson's 1957 eye clock is a little weird, we know, but it's also undeniably cool.
This large modern clock, twice the scale of the original design, starts with sophisticated, museum-quality brass, wood, and zinc alloy materials. They're shaped into a whimsical eye shape - metal swoops around the perimeter, studded with eyelashes. A wooden bar through the center boasts a center black face (or pupil, as it were), and cheeky white and red hands are easy to read from a distance. The high-quality movement ensures accurate time reads. One AA battery is required, but not included, and makes installation super-easy - you won't have to worry about extraneous wires stealing attention from this true conversation piece.
For 25 years, Kirch & Co. has been one of the leading manufacturers of timepieces in the U.S. Kirch strongly believes in building lasting relationships with quality conscious importers and retailers.
Using the finest components available, their production team and engineers work hard to ensure that each piece is manufactured to tight product specifications and delivered on time. For products carrying the Kirch emblem, quality control exceeds even the most stringent, generally accepted AQL requirements. For original designs and control of the design process, Kirch has their own team of in-house designers, as well as a licensing program.
Kirch's dedication to quality and design means you get the best designs available as soon as they are available. To consistently exceed your expectations, Kirch & Co. offers unrivaled value and selection not found elsewhere.