Vitra Clocks

Vitra was founded in 1934 by Willi and Erika Fehlbaum and the brand’s success soared after they gained a licence to produce designs from the American-based Herman Miller Company, including designs by George Nelson.

Among many of the striking items that George Nelson designed was a collection of wall clocks. The Vitra clocks are all equipped with the highest quality quartz movements and offer something whimsical and out of the ordinary. The clocks make ideal gifts for any occasion - they truly are something to be treasured.

A wall clock is not only useful, it should act like a piece of artwork. Hanging a wall clock is much like hanging a painting and enriches the surrounding decor, making a statement in your home or office. You can even buy a number of clocks to create an artistic collection.

The Vitra Sunburst clock by George Nelson is one of the most popular pieces and a fun way of instantly bringing life to a wall. This classic design remains modern in its look today - an exemplary piece that will also be an investment.

The Vitra Ball clock by George Nelson was designed exclusively for Vitra in the 1950s, capturing the design innovation and playfulness characteristic of that period. The exuberant Vitra ball clock features lacquered wooden balls on wire rods which fan around the timepiece. This Vitra ball clock mid century design will never go out of style.

The latest addition to the extensive Vitra clock collection is the cherry-wood Vitra Fan clock. The three-dimensional tapered elements make up a fan shape of the clock also reflects the petals of a flower.

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