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16" Extra Large Size Multicolor Handmade Wall Clock, a Wooden Ce


16" Extra Large Size Multicolor Handmade Wall Clock, a Wooden Ce


Organic handcrafted wooden wall clock

- Material: plywood (birch) - 6mm
- Manufacturing process: laser cutting, polishing hand painting, manual assembly
- Colors: white + 6 main shades of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple)
- Finish: hand painted
- Clock movement: silent / non ticking
- Hands: metal (black)
- Battery: 1pc. AA (not included in the package)

- Diameter: 16"
- Depth: 1¼"
- Weight: 1.1lbs

- Production: ~1 week
- Shipping: ~2-5 days to the USA (with FedEx)

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All 'Medusa' clocks are available in 3 different sizes (L-16", XL-23½", XXL-39") and with the following color schemes:

- Medusa copper (B01N0MUS0J): black + copper + gold
- Medusa purple (B01FSQM3A0): 3 shades of purple
- Medusa gold (B017HFDFKC): gold + 2 shades of yellow
- Medusa blue (B07542P7L1): pink + 3 shades of blue
- Medusa turquoise (B06XQSGLJ4): 3 shades of blue / teal
- Medusa silver (B01NBGT9QR): white + 3 shades of silver
- Medusa arctic (B078VSV2HQ): white + blue + silver
- Medusa rainbow (B07GV3Y351): white + multicolor
- Medusa grapevine (B07GV3HB4R): silver + olive / purple / petrol
- Medusa lavender(B0864WH3K9): white, gray, purple

Feel free to request custom color schemes made just for you - contact us before placing the order.
Medusa models need one color for the central disc and usually 3 shades for the spikes. Custom colors cost no extra fee.

16" Extra Large Size Multicolor Handmade Wall Clock, a Wooden Ce

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