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George Nelson Tripod Clock
George Nelson Tripod Clock
Authorized Original. Produced by Vitra
Year Designed: 1947/1953
Materials: Brass, acrylic glass
Measures: 6.5"h x 4.25"w x 3.25"d
$545.00
Free Shipping. Delivers mid August
  • About This Work
    George Nelson desk clocks
    George Nelson desk clocks

    George Nelson Desk Clocks are available in a variety of shapes and materials. They are equipped with high-quality quartz clock movements.

    GEORGE NELSON CLOCKS
    In 1947, the American designer George Nelson was commissioned by Howard Miller to create a collection of clocks. Over the 35 year collaboration, the designers at George Nelson Associates created more than 100 modern time pieces. Although the models shared an absence of numbers, the diversity of their shapes, colors, materials and designs vary greatly. Nelson's archival estate was bequeathed to the Vitra Design Museum in 1986. Vitra began reissuing Nelson Clocks in 1999. There are currently over 20 models (including variants) in production; new pieces are added periodically. Read more about the history of George Nelson Clocks »

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    Always invest in the well-crafted original; it is a lifelong companion that holds both past & future value.

  • Technical Specs
    • GEORGE NELSON TRIPOD CLOCK
    • Handmade in Poland
    • Original George Nelson Clock produced by Vitra
    • Dimensions: 6.5h x 4.25w x 3.25d in. (16.5h x 11.1w x 8.6d cm)
    • High quality quartz clock movement
    • 1.5v battery powered (included)
    • Materials: brass, acrylic glass
  • Quick Help & Manual
    • Setting the time

      Never adjust the time by moving the hands. Use the dial on the back of the clock to set the time.

      setting the time on george nelson clocks

    • Replacing the battery

      Tripod clocks are powered by a AA 1.5v battery (included). Replacing the battery annually will extend the life of your clock movement.

      replacing battery on george nelson clocks

    • Cleaning

      Gently dust with feather duster or micro fiber cloth. Acrylic glass can be cleaned with an acrylic glass cleaner. To clean stains, lightly dampen a microfiber cloth with a very diluted mild, non-abrasive detergent, and promptly dry. Contact us about any stubborn stains or mechanical issues.

    • Extending the life of the movement

      The clock movement is replaceable, but with good care, it can last 10-15 years. To extend its life, change the battery once a year and keep dust from building up on the hands and movement. Do not display the clock in a space that gets intense sunlight & heat throughout the day. Always adjust the hands in a clockwise-movement using the dial or knob on the back of the clock only; the gears are designed to move in one direction.

    • Return policy

      Please contact us immediately if your clock arrives damaged or is malfunctioning. We want you to find joy in your George Nelson clock: if you are not happy with it, we will accept a return or exchange within 14 days if your clock is returned in perfect, unused condition (including box). Buyer pays return shipping plus 5% restocking fee. As always, we prefer you ask questions before purchasing.

    • 5 Year Limited Warranty & Repairs

      George Nelson clocks produced by Vitra are guaranteed against defects under normal use, for 2 years on parts & labor from the date of purchase. Parts only are covered from years 2-5; if the replacement part does not fix the issue, a full replacement may be authorized. Normal wear and tear damage or defects are excluded from warranty after 2 years. The movement is covered under the 5 year parts warranty.

      We stock replacement movements and hands. Please contact us if you have any problems throughout the life of your clock—whether in or out of warranty.

  • Pre-Sale Questions
    • Are you an authorized Vitra retailer?

      Yes, we work closely with and order directly from all of our makers.

    • How long do the movements last?

      With the proper care, quartz clock movements can last 10-15 years. They are both reliable and inexpensive to replace.

    • Do you sell replacement parts?

      Yes, we stock replacment hands and movements.

    • Why shouldn't I buy a lower priced knock-off?

      The simple answers are build quality and resale value. Quality is difficult to discern from photos, but we all know how objects poorly made look after a few years.

    • Where will my item ship from?

      On hand items ship directly from us in NC. Other items that are in stock in the US ship directly from Vitra's fulfillment warehouse in NJ. Custom order items can have lengthy lead times, but are worth the wait since there are lower quantities of these works produced.

    • Why should I purchase from a small gallery?

      We don't understand why you wouldn't. Instead of reaching a different customer service rep whenever you call, you'll work primarily with the owner at Clock Forward. If you want to share anything wonderful or not so wonderful about your clock, we really want to hear about it. Once our work is installed in your good home or business, we want it to stay there—and we'd love for you to purchase more work from us.

George Nelson desk clocks
George Nelson desk clocks

George Nelson Desk Clocks are available in a variety of shapes and materials. They are equipped with high-quality quartz clock movements.

GEORGE NELSON CLOCKS
In 1947, the American designer George Nelson was commissioned by Howard Miller to create a collection of clocks. Over the 35 year collaboration, the designers at George Nelson Associates created more than 100 modern time pieces. Although the models shared an absence of numbers, the diversity of their shapes, colors, materials and designs vary greatly. Nelson's archival estate was bequeathed to the Vitra Design Museum in 1986. Vitra began reissuing Nelson Clocks in 1999. There are currently over 20 models (including variants) in production; new pieces are added periodically. Read more about the history of George Nelson Clocks »

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Always invest in the well-crafted original; it is a lifelong companion that holds both past & future value.