Clocks

Introducing Sineclock, a Sound Sculpture that Marks Time

Pulsing, aural sine waves that tell time.

Recommended Reading: Fixing One of the World’s Oldest Clocks

The 600-year old Prague astronomical clock paused for repairs.

Introducing the 3D Printed Pendulum Clock by Ingénieur du Temps

A traditional pendulum regulator clock in polymer and carbon fibre.

Introducing Rick Hale and His Hand-Made Sculptural Clocks in American Hardwoods

A self-taught clockmaker using 18th century techniques to craft large, mechanical clocks.

MB&F Introduces the Nixie Machine II By Artisanal Lampmaker

The watchmaker's boutique celebrates its fifth anniversary with a limited edition Nixie tube clock.

Court Rules to Keep New York Clock Tower Mechanical

A New York court has ruled to the timekeeper in Lower Manhattan's Clock Tower Building should stay mechanical, ending the developer's plan to electrify the clock's winding mechanism.

MB&F Introduces Giant Spider Table Clock That Even Goes Up the Wall (with Prices)

Shaped like a giant spider, the Arachnophobia is the latest clock to emerge from MB&F's collaboration with L'Epee 1839. Able to stand on spindly legs or perched on a wall, the Arachnophobia is powered by an eight day power in the body of the arachnid.

Up Close with the Unique Patek Philippe Enamel Dome Clocks for Singapore’s Golden Jubilee

Patek Philippe has created three Dome Clocks to mark Singapore's 50th anniversary, decorated in enamel with motifs inspired by the city state. The trio of clocks is set to go under the hammer, with all proceeds from the sale going to charity.

MB&F Presents The Nixie Machine By Frank Buchwald, A Hand-Made Nixie Tube Clock

Frank Buchwald, the German lamp maker championed by MB&F's M.A.D. Gallery, recently completed the Nixie Machine, an imposing desk clock equipped with a Nixie tube display.


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