Love the style and the simplicity of The Spy wall clock by Newgate, which is very reminiscent of the 1960s.
Yes, a very strong sixties vibe going on here. You can imagine Harry Palmer standing under this in a top secret location, possibly James Bond too as he breezes past this and Miss Moneypenny back in the day. It has that look. The look of a timepiece from somewhere ‘official’ in that era. the kind of clock you would see in a high-end office rather than a home. At least, back in the ’60s.
Times have changed since and the industrial look of the clock, coupled with its retro looks, make this a very appealing proposition for the home and particularly, for the kitchen. There are plenty of finishes available for this retro clock too.
Take your pick from the painted grey version or opt for the Spy clock in brass, the same design in a galvanised steel (if you really want industrial) or opt for the ‘on trend’ version of copper.
All with the same utilitarian face and a colour scheme within to match. Personally, I would go down the brass route, but it really depends on what works for your own hom.
Each one is sized around 38cm x 38cm, with the price at £70.