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€99
Wall clock made of beech wood with an engraved calligraphy and tinted in black. I wanted to calligraphy this little phrase "let's take the time" ...
  • Material : Beech, plum and boxwood
  • Color : Different shades of brown
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Beech wood mural clock

Rondeur Boisée - Bernard CAILLET

€99

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Wall clock made of beech wood with an engraved calligraphy and tinted in black. I wanted to calligraphy this little phrase "take time" because it is something that we rarely do in our modern society ... And yet, that has many virtues! The 4 cardinal points (12-3-6-9) are in boxwood and the others are plum pellets. Reliable quartz mechanism, made in Germany.

  • Type precision : wall clock
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : 23.5cm in diameter
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Works with an LR6 battery not included.

Since this piece is turned by hand, there may be differences in size and shape. But the room remains substantially identical.

Fast and easy shipping by post, in bubble envelope.

Craftsman
Rondeur Boisée - Bernard CAILLET

Woodturning has always been a captivating show for me. When the opportunity arose, it is quite natural that I leave Biology and Environmental Education for a fresh start. For me, the woodturning started in 2008, after being trained for more than 6 months with a turner. Installed as a craftsman since 2009, I create works of art and everyday objects in turned wood. My creations vary according to the seasons, my moods, my desires, my meetings ... The only constant is the nature that brings me an inexhaustible source of inspiration. In a constant evolution, I regularly train with renowned professional turners ... and I am now a trainer.