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Progetti Burano Cuckoo Clock

by Red Candy
+£2.95 standard delivery
  • In stock and delivered within 3 - 4 weeks
  • Get it Fri, 13 August - Fri, 20 August
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Product description

Inspired by the houses on Burano Island in the Venice Lagoon, this colorful and stylish clock is crafted from different sized wood blocks. All of them are strung together and painted a different colour.

The middle house - the green one - houses the cute little cuckoo bird. It comes out every hour to tell the time and ensures you don't miss out on any appointment you might have. Apart from that, the large and white clock hands decorate the purple house on the right side of the home.

This is a unique and artistic way of telling time, something you won't instantly find in common shops. So go ahead and indulge in a little artistic clock like this one, it will be worth it!

Burano Cuckoo Clock Details:
Materials Used: Wood
Height: 50 cm
Width: 16 cm

*Note: These clocks are made to order so expect 2-3 weeks delivery upon initial order.

Product code:1068
Colour tones:purple, green

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Mainland UK - standard delivery £2.95
Mainland UK - next working day delivery (order before 12pm) £6.95

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