Table and Wall Clocks
Today, clocks are no longer supposed to tell the time as precisely as possible but have also become popular home accessories and furnishing objects. Since the triumph of the smartphone, everyone keeps track of time - but that is why it is important to pay special attention to the appearance and individual character of a table or wall clock. Whether living room, kitchen, or hobby room, whether practice, study, or workshop - clocks have a practical and, at the same time, decorative use for all rooms. At ars mundi, you will find a range of selected clocks for every room and every occasion - from designer wall clocks and modern table clocks to unusual wall clocks and clocks with artist motifs to ballet dancer musical boxes. The design and motifs come from various art epochs such as Art Nouveau and Impressionism and are partly inspired by renowned artists such as Claude Monet, Gustav Klimt, Louis C. Tiffany, and Piet Mondrian.
Table Clocks from Classic to Modern
Musical boxes playing famous melodies are real classics and are still popular today. Our Ballerina musical box spins either to Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake or to the sounds of the Nutcracker Suite. The porcelain clocks, which are inspired by the Art Nouveau design of the turn of the century, also feature a classical look. Tradition and modernity are united in the table clocks with wooden cases or with a mechanical skeleton movement that allows a view into the inner workings of the chronograph.
Extraordinary Wall Clocks from the MoMA Collection
Real collectors' items for art lovers are the clocks from the collection of the famous New York "Museum of Modern Art". The modern "Alume Cube" table clock, for example, presents itself as an elegant and timeless design object - but when you tap it, the time appears on a digital display. You can buy various clocks at ars mundi.