A stunning little industrial clock made in England circa 1940 by Synchronome.
Synchronome were the preeminent clock maker throughout the early & mid 20th century, commercially producing the most accurate electric clocks globally despite strong competition from companies such as Gents of Leicester.
This beautiful little station clock has a stepped and tapered bakelite case which has been stripped back and polished to reveal a wonderful brown marble effect finish.
The clock face is very clean with minimal age related patina with the attractive font and spade hands typically found on a Synchronome clock.
The clock retains the original slave movement which can be operated via a modern impulse unit or the hands can be adapted to run on a battery quartz movement on request.
The artists figure in the images is 6ft 1" to give a representation of scale.
Clock face width
9.5 Inch (240 mm)
12 Inch (300 mm)
Colour / Materials
Brown, White, Bakelite
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Our original items are reclaimed from industrial settings between the early 1900’s up to the 1970’s and due to the nature of their original life most of our product have received wear and tear which as a result have created the wonderful individual character of our pieces. The pictures of our products are potentially sample pieces from a run or batch of products and we have tried our upmost to offer a true reflection of the product you will receive. However due to the nature and age of the products there will be variations between individual pieces, if you require more information on the condition of specific pieces please get in touch via our contact page.