Small Driftwood and Rusty Metal Desk Clock Rustic Mantel Clock
A one of a kind small mantel clock or desk clock has been handmade in Norfolk England. The wooden body of the clock has been cut from a piece of driftwood discovered along the beautiful local coastline, it has been cleaned and lightly sanded to retain the character. The face has been made from a piece of rusty beach metal which has a beautiful natural patina. It is held in place with black screws. There is a felt base to protect any surfaces this is placed on, and a hand stamped ‘Reclaimed…
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