Midcentury Modern Midcentury modern style is characterized by simplicity and natural shapes. This era of design is most known for its mass-production of household objects, including the popular Eames chair and Howard Miller sunburst clock. Midcentury modern designs are often emphasized by ample windows, an open floor plan and the idea of bringing the outdoors in, like in this prime living space.
Takara Elm Clock - A traditional sleek use of pale, unfinished solid wood plays on Scandinavian design sensibilities in this graceful update of a mid-century mantel clock silhouette. The Takara Elm Clock, with its simple spaced perforations and softly tactile grain, is a fine detail for a darker desk or a harmonious addition to a room adorned in soft buffs or greys.
Swedish mantel clock in the Louis XVI style, circa 1800. Clockworks are mounted in an open-backed column with carved swag and urn. Original painted surface and clockworks. H:30", W:10", D:5". Ref. #03-02
With its rounded square shape, the Leonardo Square Mantel Clock is modern in style. Its wooden frame gives the clock the feel of nature and the shape makes it perfect for a contemporary table or mantel... Find the Leonardo Square Mantel Clock, as seen in the Ojai Rancho Inn Collection at http://dotandbo.com/collections/ojai-rancho-inn?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&db_sku=102314
Swedish Gustavian Signed Wall Clock. Signed By Engstrom. Robert Engström was born in 1864 and died in 1926. A well-known clockmaker in Stockholm, he specialized in gilt wood wall clocks in both Gustavian and empire styles. He received the royal warrant to her majesty Queen Victoria in Sweden in 1910..