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Heavy brass and teak 70s sunburst vintage clock

S/N:6976

1970s

  • £235.00
  • €275 Euro
  • $329 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2020
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This is a heavy, solid and really spectacular Japanese sunburst clock made by Seiko in the 1970s. This is a heavy and really robust wall clock. The thick teak parts are all in nice condition with a few signs of wear in places. The heavy brass under-frame has been cleaned but not polished. I have been careful to keep the look as original as possible and has not sanded the timber parts. The spun aluminium dial is clean and bright with light marks. The hands show a little wear. There is no glass.

Overall dia 37cm, depth 5cm.

Fitted with a high quality battery quartz mechanism that is fully guaranteed for twelve months. Requires one AA battery which is supplied with the clock.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 37cm (14.57in)
  • W: 37cm (14.57in)
  • D: 5cm (1.97in)

Period: 

1970s

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All my clocks are originals. Typically post-war, they are sourced from around the UK and throughout Europe, both old West and former Eastern Block countries.

All the clocks are fitted with high quality battery quartz mechanisms that are reliable, accurate and fully guaranteed for twelve months.

I am a professionally trained restorer. I have been providing customers with period restored clocks with replaced mechanisms, giving the authentic style with worry-free reliability for over 30 years. Every clock that I sell is restored by me, and I take pride in selling clocks with a high standard of finish.

All clocks are hand-restored using traditional methods. Each clock I acquire differs depending upon the severity of the neglect it has suffered. I personally restore each clock to ensure that it is back to its former beauty, whilst retaining the individual character it has acquired over time.

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