Vintage battery operated wall clock in glazed ceramic case by Max Bill for Junghans, Germany 1950

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About this vintage design furniture

Very rare, beautiful battery-operated Mid Century wall clock by Max Bill for Junghans. Max Bill was a very well-known Swiss architect, artist and industrial designer. The housing is made of white glazed ceramic. Dial is covered by a curved real glass. Below is a mechanical kitchen timer for up to 60 minutes. Clock is battery operated with original drive from Junghans. Runs very precisely and quietly. Very nice, elegant, typical 1950s design. Made in Germany. 100% original condition. Fully functional and accurate movement. I tested it for a long time and it runs precisely and quietly. No damage to the entire watch. The case has no cracks or chips. The glaze is still perfect. The glass cover is clean, not scratched and without damage. Very good vintage condition with minimal signs of use and light patina. Suitable for all living areas and very decorative. Original from the 1950s. No reproduction. Height: 26 cm | 10.2" Width: 18.5 cm | 7.3" Dial diameter: 15 cm | 5.9" Depth: 6 cm | 2.4" Will be packed very well for safe shipping. Reference : 300430

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Features

Length
18 cm
Height
26 cm
Depth
6 cm
Designer
Max BILL
Condition
Excellent
Style
Mid Century
Period
1950s
Origin
German
Colour
White
Main material
Ceramic
Other material
Metal

delivery and return

  • Shipped from : Germany
  • Delivery time :
    • 1 week for small items
    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Max BILL

Max Bill is a Swiss designer. He is considered the theorist of concrete art. He is known for his many professions: designer, architect, graphic artist and even politician.
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