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Newgate Mr. Clarke Dot Wall Clock

Newgate’s Mr. Clarke Dot Wall Clock Is The Perfect Blend Of Modern And Classic

Featuring a modern shaded dot dial in neutral yellow, green, and brown hues.

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$ 109

Newgate’s Mr. Clarke Dot Wall Clock is a striking addition to any modern or mid-century interior. With its sizeable 16-inch diameter, this dark plywood wall clock features a contemporary shaded dot dial in neutral shades of yellow, green, and brown, offering a sophisticated look that enhances any room’s decor. Crafted from natural wood, each clock boasts unique variations in color and grain, including natural wood knots, lines, and joins, making every piece distinctive.

The minimalist dial of the Mr. Clarke Dot Wall Clock is accented with colorful dots in place of traditional numerals, paired with sleek black metal hands for a modern touch. The sturdy plywood case and protective glass lens ensure durability and longevity, while the reliable quartz silent sweep movement guarantees accurate timekeeping without the distracting ticking noise. Although you may hear a very quiet whirring in a completely silent room, this adds to the charm of owning a high-quality timepiece.

Priced at $109, the Newgate Mr. Clarke Dot Wall Clock is not just a functional piece but a work of art that tells the story of innovation, design, and British craftsmanship. Since 1990, Newgate has blended classic aesthetics with modern touches, creating stylish and practical timepieces. The Mr. Clarke Dot Wall Clock is a testament to Newgate’s dedication to style, quality, and innovation, making it a versatile addition to any kitchen, living room, or office.

Whether you’re drawn to retro charm, modern elegance, or cutting-edge technology, Newgate offers a clock for every taste and space. The Mr. Clarke Dot Wall Clock stands out as a perfect blend of modern and classic, ready to elevate your interior design with its unique character and timeless appeal.

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