George Nelson Spindle Clock

George Nelson was the creative director for Herman Miller from 1946-1972. During this time he created some of modern furniture’s classics: Marshmallow sofa, the Nelson platform bench and the first L-shaped desk. However, it is his series of wall clocks that we adore.
Ideal for any setting, traditional or modern, the Nelson Spindle Clock is attention grabbing. The arms are beautiful walnut and the face plate is bold brass. Perfect above a television, mantel, or as a standout piece alone on a wall, the clock is a classic that is only getting better with age.

It is just the right mix of attitude and style, class and function.

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