Wall Hanging Perpetual Calendar

This rotating perpetual calendar is also an elegant piece of chronological art.
created by

Matthew Tait

$55.00

created by

Matthew Tait

read more about the maker

Turn, Turn, Turn

Centuries before computers could tell you the phase of the moon in a millisecond, there were volvelles—circular, turning charts used as manual calendars and calculators. Inspired by those early paper machines, this handsome, hanging calendar is an elegant piece of chronological art you can use year after year. The months and numbers are hand screen printed on heavyweight, kraft chip board for a durable design. Finished with maple wood ends and a hanging ribbon, it makes a stylishly low-tech addition to your office. Designed by Matthew Tait. Made in Detroit, Michigan.

Matthew Tait is an artist and product designer based in Detroit, Michigan. Through his studio TAIT Design Co., founded in 2013, he has launched a successful line of products ranging from small well-crafted functional toys to handsome and detailed pieces for the home. His work exhibits a refined touch and focuses on product experience and functionality, with an exceptional eye for detail, use of material, and form.

Made from
maple wood, chipboard, non-toxic water-based inks, grosgrain ribbon
Measurements
23.25" H x 15.5" W
Ingredients
Care
Keep out of direct sunlight.
Item ID
47021

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5.0

Beautiful way to remember the date

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      Comments about UncommonGoods Wall Hanging Perpetual Calendar:

      As a mom of 3... I struggle with the small things in life like remembering the date. This beautiful calendar hangs on the back of our front door so when my family and I leave for the day we take turns changing the date. My kids love turning the circles and I love staying on track.

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