The Tripod Clock was designed by George Nelson in the 1950’s. The clock is made out of a high quality range of materials such as brass and acrylic glass with a near-silent quartz clock movement. Characterful tripod legs make the piece an almost human sculptural shape, creating a playful aesthetic. The solid brass construction makes this clock both sturdy and durable. High quality finishing throughout combines to create an eye-catching piece for any environment.

In 1947, the American designer George Nelson was commissioned to create a collection of clocks. Nelson analysed how people used clocks and concluded that they read the time by discerning the relative position of the hands, which made the use of numbers unnecessary.

These ideas provided the basis for the first collection of 14 timepieces, consisting of a completely new style of wall clocks and compact table clocks, which were launched on the market in 1949. Although the models all shared one common feature – the absence of numbers – the diversity of their shapes, colours, materials and designs could hardly have been greater.

George Nelson Tripod Clock
by Vitra

£355.00
We currently have 1 in stock.

The Tripod Clock was designed by George Nelson in the 1950’s. The clock is made out of a high quality range of materials such as brass and acrylic glass with a near-silent quartz clock movement. Characterful tripod legs make the piece an almost human sculptural shape, creating a playful aesthetic. The solid brass construction makes this clock both sturdy and durable. High quality finishing throughout combines to create an eye-catching piece for any environment.

In 1947, the American designer George Nelson was commissioned to create a collection of clocks. Nelson analysed how people used clocks and concluded that they read the time by discerning the relative position...

The Tripod Clock was designed by George Nelson in the 1950’s. The clock is made out of a high quality range of materials such as brass and acrylic glass with a near-silent quartz clock movement. Characterful tripod legs make the piece an almost human sculptural shape, creating a playful aesthetic. The solid brass construction makes this clock both sturdy and durable. High quality finishing throughout combines to create an eye-catching piece for any environment.

In 1947, the American designer George Nelson was commissioned to create a collection of clocks. Nelson analysed how people used clocks and concluded that they read the time by discerning the relative position of the hands, which made the use of numbers unnecessary.

These ideas provided the basis for the first collection of 14 timepieces, consisting of a completely new style of wall clocks and compact table clocks, which were launched on the market in 1949. Although the models all shared one common feature – the absence of numbers – the diversity of their shapes, colours, materials and designs could hardly have been greater.

‘Made to Order’ products are ordered in from the manufacturer on the customers request and are considered a bespoke product - special terms and conditions apply. Production (lead) times stated above are an estimate only and do not include transit times from the supplier, or the time taken to deliver to you.

In stock items are available for immediate dispatch from our London-based warehouse. The daily cut-off time is 12:00 am for same day shipping, orders placed in the afternoon will be shipped the following day. Please refer to inventory levels above for live stock availability.

Dimensions:-
Height: 16.7 cm, Width: 10.5 cm, Depth: 8.4 cm

High-quality quartz clock movement, 1.5 volt battery included.


Brass in plain or black finish 
Acrylic glass

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