Classic wood and metal clock



Made out of solid wood and aged metal this natural clock, which is given weathered, touch gives this one a beauty that is very natural. It looks great if we place this clock anywhere in the home. This clock will match with any room color and it can be mixed matched with old or even new types of furniture.

A clock is a very simple and common item that almost anyone has in their homes. It’s both a decoration and a useful item. It helps you tell time and organize your day, and it also look good on the walls. It’s one of the most common items and one of the few pieces that combine functionality with looks. So if you’re looking for something unique that could complement your rustic, vintage, traditional, even modern or contemporary home, take a look at this beautiful clock. It’s made of wood and aged metal and it has a very precious look.

It looks like an antique and very valuable item, almost like a historic piece. So it would make a great addition to any living room, bedroom or even other room of the house, regardless of the overall style and the rest of the furniture pieces. So if you really want something unique and exquisite in your house, this clock would be a very good choice.Available for 189$.


Published by in Furniture, on March 8th, 2010

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