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.
With its inner minute track, high contrast numbers, and distinctive orange-red hands, the Control Room Wall Clock embodies the accuracy and precision of the atomic age. With its rustic gray finish and dark bi-level descending dial that displays military time as well, it adds depth and complexity to your wall.
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.
As the moving pendulum of the Diver Wall Clock ebbs and flows like the never-ending harbor tide, the glass crystal and brass porthole protects the clock at remarkable depths. The solid cast and polished aluminum construction with brass details is inspired by early hard hat diving gear, while the high contrast dial shows accurate time, even through murky waters.
An exact scale reproduction of a 1939 US Navy master ship clock. Authentic in every detail, including an operating sub dial with seconds hand. These clocks were mounted in the operations room of large vessels, controlling all other clocks on the ship. The heavy aluminum case withstood the heavy abuse of the seas.
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.
Sporting solid cast aluminum and genuine brass knobs and hardware, the asymmetrical design of the Quartermaster Wall Clock reveals the functionality of its history as a steamship’s passageway lamp. The heavy convex lens that once held an incandescent bulb now instead houses a vintage high-contrast dial that can be viewed from several angles.
The wall version of our iconic table clock, the Rocket Wall Clock is poised mid-flight on your wall with its solid polished aluminum body and brass portholes and antenna. The rocket can be adjusted to hang at any angle, while its black dial can be rotated so it always remains upright and readable, allowing for the ideal trajectory for midnight flights to Mars and beyond.
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.