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1970s HK Clock reissued by Georg Jensen

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HK clock

It looks like a fairly (no pun intended) timeless piece of design but the HK Clock actually dates to the 1970s, and has just been reissued by Georg Jensen with shiny new finishes. 

To be exact, the design by Henning Koppel dates to 1978 but has a typically Danish designed, clean look that would well in any decade, with dots standing in for the traditional numerals. This reissue is available in steel or copper, but it looks like there have been a few more updates too – such as the addition of the second clock and more prominent branding than appears on vintage versions we've seen. 

The clock is available in three sizes, going from the small at 10cm diameter, up to the large, which has a diameter of 22cm.  

Prices start at 90 euros for a small steel finished clock. 

Pick one up from the Finnish Design Shop

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