George Nelson Orange Ball Clock for Howard Miller, circa 1950Automaton Vintage Furnishings
Classic vintage ball clock designed by George Nelson and Irving Harper for Howard Miller. The Ball Clock, first produced in 1949, is a fun and eye-catching wall adornment which will add a bit of interest to any space. Featuring a brushed brass base with twelve matching brass spokes that have orange colored balls on the end of each and hour hands that are painted in a matching orange color. The clock is stamped Howard Miller Clock Co, Zeeland Michigan at the back.
This whimsical piece would be a great addition as part of a classic or contemporary dining room, hall, entry, kitchen, living room, den, man/woman cave, family room, office or bedroom. It would also be an apt choice in a corporate, retail or hospitality location such as a boutique hotel lobby, cocktail bar, members club, workspace studio, executive office or in a luxe clothing emporium.
Measurements: 2.75" H x 13" diameter
Good vintage condition. The balls and the hands appear to have been repainted, some evidence of excess paint in a few areas. Some signs of natural patina to the brass and one small square section of scratching on the side of the brass base. Extremely presentable and ready for immediate use.