Patina Ginkgo Box Clock

This finely crafted ginkgo motif clock is inspired by the Arts and Crafts revival.
created by

Desmond Suarez


Desmond Suarez created by

Desmond Suarez

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Arts & Crafts Time

Drawing on the Arts and Crafts revival of Asheville, North Carolina, Desmond Suarez crafted this clock from nature's finest materials—hand-finished Appalachian cherry and richly patinated copper. The ginkgo motif is emblematic of the Arts and Crafts movement, infusing the piece with distinctive tradition. The fine craftsmanship extends to unexpected design details, like the hardwood backer board that snaps in place magnetically to conceal the clock's movement. With its layers of organic inspiration and handcrafted dimensions, this clock will grace any wall, bookshelf, desk, or bedside table (may be hung or displayed freestanding). Handmade in Asheville, North Carolina.


Made in North Carolina

Desmond Suarez

created by

Desmond Suarez


North Carolina

Desmond Suarez is a second generation furniture artist and craftsman with over 30 years experience as a professional. His formal education led him to North Carolina, Tennessee and England. His art is inspired by the beauty of the Smoky Mountains that surround his studio, and by the best works of the Shakers, the American Arts & Crafts movement, Scandinavian, and Japanese designs. Simple excellence of design and craftsmanship that reflect the beauty found in every piece of wood.

Handmade Recycled Made in the USA
Made from
copper, quartz clock mechanism, sustainable Appalachian wild cherry wood
8" L x 2.25" W x 8" H
Please note, clock is shipped in the off position. Open back cover to set time and turn red switch to on position; requires one AA battery.
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LOVE This Piece of Art!


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      Comments about UncommonGoods Patina Ginkgo Box Clock:

      I originally ordered this to replace an old clock in a hall bathroom. But it's so gorgeous, I've hung it in the living room, and I'm ordering another one. It's beautifully made, and I've fallen in love with it.

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