Gold Productivity Timing Hourglass

Gold-flecked grains slip through the center to help measure productivity.


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Before they were relics in antique shops, hourglass clocks were used in the quiet halls of monasteries to mark canonical hours and on ancient ships by sailors taking turns watching for enemies. Your use might be less primordial—clocking a break from work or chipping away at a project—but it will still carry the sentiment of a simpler time. The mesmerizing gold-flecked grains slip through the center in 25 minutes to help you measure productivity while adorning your space with a timepiece that's timeless. Made in Houston, Texas.

Made in the USA
Made from
glass, gold
5.25" H x 3" dia.
Handle with care
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Fun and Practical


from Clearwater, FL

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      Best Uses

      • As a timing piece and a conversation piece

      Comments about UncommonGoods Gold Productivity Timing Hourglass:

      This hourglass is fun because the sand is gold and it is pretty. It is practical because it takes the sand 30 minutes to run through.

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      • Yes

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