The Tone wall clock is designed by Wiebe Teertstra for Leff. The elegant contemporary design clock is the ideal timepiece for your office or living space. The Tone Wall Clock features a coated stainless steel case, ABS plastic back, and glass surface cover. Japanese quartz movement. A gloss transparent spot varnish is printed on the matte dial paper creating a tone on tone effect when light shines on it. One AA battery included. Clock dimension. Diameter: 13.8” (35cm). Depth: 2.44" (6.2cm)
The Dutch word ‘lef’ is derived from the Hebrew word for heart and the LEFF studio is located in the heart of Amsterdam. This was not the only reason brothers Arno and Dennis Ruijzenaars and designer Erwin Termaat named their brand LEFF amsterdam. More important to them was that the Dutch meaning of this word stands for doing something that others don’t dare to do, like pushing boundaries and taking a different approach. Because who in the world would start making clocks these days. “Nobody really needs a clock.” Arno: “We think clocks are amazing products; they are technical instruments and can be art pieces at the same time.” LEFF Amsterdam clocks are assembled by hand with careful consideration given to the use of materials with a limited carbon footprint and ability to last a lifetime.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Willits Table Clock is based on an art glass design from the Wright Prairie style masterpiece Ward H. Willits House, Highland Park, Illinois. Quartz movement. : H: 7.25" W: 6.5" D: 2". Uses one "AA" battery (not included). This clock from the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection is made by Bulova.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Willits Mantel Clock is based on an art glass design from the Wright Prairie style masterpiece Ward H. Willits House, Highland Park, Illinois. Solid wood case and pendulum in walnut finish. Clear front and back panels with three color motif. Quartz movement. : H: 15.75" W: 7" D: 3.5". This clock from the Frank Lloyd Wright...
This Frank Lloyd Wright Waterlilies Stained Glass, depicting flowers and lily pads floating in a tranquil pool, is adapted from an unrealized leaded stained glass window designed by Wright circa 1893-95. On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass. The...
This Frank Lloyd Wright Saguaro Wood Framed Stained Glass vividly recreates one of Wright's most popular designs. The design is one of a number of Liberty Magazine cover designs from 1926-27 that the editors thought to be too "radical" and never used. In 1973 there was a fire in the Arizona Biltmore. This graphic was selected from the Frank Lloyd...