As if right out of the annals of the famous American Flyers of the Lafayette Escadrille of the First World War, our Biplane clock neatly captures the essence of America’s first practical military aircraft. Constructed of sold cast and polished aluminum and embellished with brass landing gear, exhaust pipes, struts and windscreen, our Biplane clock is ready for action whether at taxi on your desk or in flight on your wall.
Take to the skies with the Cockpit Table Clock. Cast directly from an original WWII USAF steering yoke, this table clock features a vintage aircraft instrument dial and hands to accurately show time at a quick glance as you barrel along at white-knuckle speeds. Polished solid aluminum and brass accents take you back to the golden days of aviation. Available in painted black or polished aluminum.
Our love of the early steam power revolution and all things maritime are combined perfectly in this stately mantel clock. Designed with a nod to model ships encased in glass and mounted on solid frames, ours incorporates a clock with a housing borrowed from a 1910 steamship’s bridge. The operable brass steam piston on the stern portrays the movement of the original parts found on those ships and sparks interaction as well as the imagination.
The Thunderbolt is inspired by American fighter planes of the 1940s, in particular the gutsy P47. We’ve taken liberties on the more serious designs of those planes and made ours more playful and desk-friendly. Or even a great item for the room of an airplane-obsessed kid.
Straight from the living rooms of 1950s America, tune in with the Teevee Table Clock. The polished cast aluminum body, inspired by the classic television sets, is outfitted with solid brass antenna, feet, and bevel, while the two-tine dial harkens back to the days of black-and-white displays and ensures that you will never miss your favorite program.
Based on altimeters from WWII aircraft with its stout brass screws and rugged shape, this clock brings fighter pilot precision to your desk. Its authentic dial houses the remnants of a subdial that marked altitude per thousand feet, while the main hands marked altitude per ten and hundred feet.
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.