An impressive contrivance of steam fittings, wheels, valves, whistles, and nuts and bolts, our Mr. Steampunk clock stands as a distinguished sentinel on your desk. Assembled of solid machined brass with vintage industrial dial and glass crystal lens, even Jules Verne would have been hard pressed to come up with a more appropriate timepiece for his workbench.
Looking to brave the high seas? Miniature versions of early turnbuckles that regulated sail line tension, our Windless Bookends are forged of polished cast aluminum and brass. The heavy iron base and operational hand wheel and screw will keep your editions of Melville and Verne upright while you’re still trying to find your sea legs.
Adorn your desk with these curios pulled from the watery depths. These Pendulux Diver Helmet Replicas are exacting miniatures of various styles of vintage dive helmets popularized in the 1800s. These replicas are crafted with solid all-brass construction, just like the originals that once braved the sea floors, and now rest eternally on powder-coated iron stands.
We’ve again used our favorite Japanese model boat engines as inspiration to create something cool for the home. This time taking battery powered engines from three different styles of boat. Each is cast in solid aluminum and painted in the same bright colors that match the originals.
Industrial in every way, our Engine Room clock features hard lines and oversized fasteners to attest to its rugged demeanor. Based on clocks found in the engine rooms of ships and mechanical rooms of factories, the bold hands tell time at a moments notice while a smooth running seconds hand moves with precision over the bi-level clock dial.
Inspired by the three-blade propellers of the iconic Douglas DC-3, the Propeller Wall Clock pays homage to that aircraft’s famous durability with the solid aluminum construction and brass fasteners. The three solid cast aluminum blades are individually attached and convene on an authentic period dial.
Inspired by the highly accurate master clocks that graced the floors of factories in the 1940s, the Chicago Factory Wall Clock features a bi-level dial that reveals an open brass gear assembly. Outfitted with a working seconds hand and solid brass knobs, the hinged front opens outwards.
Inspired by the finned and riveted casing on a US Navy Mark IX depth charge used in WWII, our Depth Charge Wall Clock presents time boldly on your wall. Incorporating a vintage 1930s military dial, the heavy red seconds hand moves in a continuous sweep motion just as in electric clocks of the day.