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Orbit Pendulum Clock ยท 24x17x4 inches
Futuristic? Timeless? We call it orbit. This clock is a three-dimensional construction of layered metals: brushed stainless steel, brass, and hand-patinated nickel silver in rich browns, blues and golds. (Clock background is a 17-inch steel circle, 8-inch round pendulum overlaps background.)
Red Glass Clocks Time Flies! Table Clock Time Flies!  Wall Clock
Mermaid  Wall Clock

Blue Glass Clocks 

Mermaid  Wall Clock
9"x 20
''Happy Hour'' Pendulum Clock
2
8"x11"
   
Mayan Sun Clock
32"x 18"
   
 
 

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Learn about the history of ancient timekeeping, sun and water clocks, mechanical and quartz clocks, time standards and time zones with this indepth five page article.
Minute Hand In 1577, Jost Burgi invented the minute hand. Burgi's invention was part of a clock made for Tycho Brahe, an astronomer who needed an accurate clock for his stargazing.
Pendulum In 1656, the pendulum was invented by Christian Huygens, making clocks more accurate.

Pendulum clock
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pendulum clock conceived by Galileo Galilei around 1637. The earliest known pendulum clock design, it was never completed.
Vienna regulator style pendulum wall clock
A pendulum clock is a clock that uses a pendulum, a swinging weight, as its timekeeping element. The advantage of a pendulum for timekeeping is that it is a harmonic oscillator; it swings back and forth in a precise time interval dependent on its length, and resists swinging at other rates. From its invention in 1656 by Christiaan Huygens until the 1930s, the pendulum clock was the world's most precise timekeeper, accounting for its widespread use.[1][2] Pendulum clocks must be stationary to operate; any motion or accelerations will affect the motion of the pendulum, causing inaccuracies, so other mechanisms must be used in portable timepieces. They are now kept mostly for their decorative and antique value.
 
 
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