Clock Veinage moyen modèle (2-30)

Atelier Claire Salin

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Wall clock (diameter 35cm), with a tortuous walnut dial. Around a branch, the wood was damaged ... Hollowed out, purified of weakened fibers ...
  • Material : walnut and gold leaf
  • Color : brown, gold and red
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Clock Veinage moyen modèle (2-30)

Atelier Claire Salin

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Wall clock (diameter 35cm), with a tortuous walnut dial. Around a branch, the wood was damaged ... Hollowed out, purified of weakened fibers, the sound part reveals the wall through the dial, and illuminates it with the gold leaf which covers it. It will be ideal to highlight a beautiful white stone wall, or a lime plaster. Works with a quartz movement (made in Germany), and a supplied LR6 battery The woods come from sawmills close to my workshop, which themselves are supplied in the local forests.

  • Type precision : Wall clock
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : 35cm diameter
  • Suitable for outside use : No

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Wall clock with hanger (attaches to a screw on the wall)

With this clock, I tried to highlight the walnut wood that I had with the board that was used. Unfortunately the wood was damaged around a branch. I therefore hollowed out the weakened part to keep the beautiful colored fibers. The perimeter of the hollowed out area has been gilded with leaf, to bring shine to the walnut wood.

Comes with the battery

Craftsman

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Claire Salin's workshop is located near the emblematic Tronçais forest, between Berry and Auvergne. The softness of these landscapes influences his work: "the horizons of meadows and hills infuse the design; and I use the wood of the trees that surround me, often in conjunction with other materials, such as wool. I choose them from their origin: wood when it is still a tree, wool when it is still fleece. " The and the materials are the starting point of many of his sculptures. The search for a contemporary sculpted ornament inhabits his furniture creations. His furniture and objects accompany everyday life in a warm and soothing way in the house, this unique place, all in turn a space for returning to oneself and welcoming others. A graduate of the Boulle school, Claire Salin learned rigor and technique there, as anchors allowing imagination and sensitivity.