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Item No. 611329

Nelson Omar The Owl Wall Clock

$180.00
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Item No. 611329

Nelson Omar The Owl Wall Clock

$180.00
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  • Playful yet functional design.
  • One of the Zoo Timer Collection of children’s clocks.
  • Produced by Vitra Design Museum.
  • 12.21" H 12.21" W 1.97" D
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Designed by George Nelson for Vitra
Nelson Omar The Owl Wall Clock
$180.00
A real hoot — Omar the Owl is one of the Zoo Timer Collection of children’s clocks designed by George Nelson Associates for the Howard Miller Clock Company. Hand-drawn with bold numbers, Omar brings a sense of playfulness as children learn to tell time.
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Omar the Owl (1965) is one in the Zoo Timer Collection of children’s clocks designed by George Nelson Associates. Nelson Associates employed some of the most celebrated designers of the time, including Bill Cannan, Lance Wyman, Jerry Serapachello and Roger Zimmerman, the team who worked on this original collection. Today, Omar the Owl continues to add charm to children’s rooms around the world. Produced by Vitra Design Museum. Uses one AA battery (included). Made in Poland.
  • Playful yet functional design.
  • One of the Zoo Timer Collection of children’s clocks.
  • Produced by Vitra Design Museum.
Brand Vitra
General Dimensions
  • 12.21" H 12.21" W 1.97" D
Box Dimensions
  • 14" H 8" W 10" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty 5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Nelson Omar The Owl Wall Clock

  • Height (in): 12.21
  • Width (in): 12.21
  • Depth (in): 1.97
  • Multicolored print on plywood
  • High-grade quartz clockwork
George Nelson

George Nelson

Possessing one of the most inventive minds of the 20th century, George Nelson was the rare person who can envision what isn’t there yet. Nelson felt that designers must be “aware of the consequences of their actions on people and society and thus cultivate a broad base of knowledge and understanding.”

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