Henning Koppel is considered a master of Scandinavian modernist design and this clock, originally designed in 1978 for Georg Jensen, is a prime example of his work. The stainless steel frame has a matte, powder-coated finish in black, matching the tapered hands and simple dots that denote the time points. They contrast the stark white face to create a minimalist and graphic look. Keeping time using quartz sweep movement, the hands move continuously rather than ticking. Use as part of a modern interior decor theme.
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