Wood and concrete wall clock - Toupie
The notion of time seems to get carried away with this clock inspire the top! This wall version of the Spinning Top clock will give you the time subtly with incredible accuracy! Consisting of a piece of maple wood worked with care by a French craftsman and a decorative concrete dial coming straight from our Lyon workshop, this clock is technical thanks to these two pieces that fit together but also poetic, with this wink at the passing of time!
Designer: Marian Dumontet
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Design brand made in France
Our craftsman on wood has an unparalleled talent! Fifth descendant of a family of wood turner, he is the worthy heir of a unique French know-how. The maple wood of the Spinning Top clock that it works comes from sustainably managed forests so that our objects are a very low impact on the environment. Seemingly clean, the clock is however the result of many tests in the workshop. The dial is made with 100% mineral decorative concrete in our own workshop in Lyon. These are all materials and techniques that make the Toupie clock, an ecological product where quality is not put aside and where the finish is high-end.
French design has the wind in its sails! Based on a network of manufacturer partners selected for their skills and ethical values, our designs take shape and become accessible. French designers have a reputation for drawing original and technical products, but we are happy to mention the Franco-Scandinavian aspect of our creations because the designer from Gone’s worked in Finland. The Spinning Top clock is not only a functional object but also tells a poetic story with a nod to the passing of time.
- Diameter 14cm / Lenght 4.5cm
- Natural maple / 100% mineral concrete
- Battery AA (LR6)
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Très jolie. Pour plus de lisibilité, les chiffres seraient peut-être mieux s'ils n'étaient pas tournés vers l'intérieur mais écrits droits comme sur la plupart des horloges car le 4, 5, 7, 8 se retrouvent à l'envers. La couleur d'aiguille, nous avons choisi noir et sommes contents de notre choix.Merchant's answer
Merci Aurore pour vos remarques! Nous avons voulu garder l'esprit "Toupie" d'où les chiffres tournant autour de l'axe, mais au détriment peut-être de l'aspect pratique ;)