Floating Frame Mantel Clocks in 14 Finishes by Kiki van Eijk for Moss Gallery.
above: Kiki with her clocks and below that, the gold-plated copper wire frame clock for Moss Gallery is the most expensive in the collection and costs $4,200
Moss Gallery invited designer Kiki van Eijk to create a series of metal wire mantel clocks in 14 different finishes based on her floating frame works of brass and ceramic. The result is the "One More Time : Floating Frame Mantel Clock"
Rendered in ceramic and bent wire "drawings", the skeletal representations of solid forms are executed in various metals and finishes such as oxidized copper, shiny copper, anodized metals in colors, matte silver and even real gold-plated copper.
dimensions: 13.3" x 5.5", height: 16"
Prices range from $2,500 to $4,200.00 (for the gold-plated copper edition). To see the whole range of 14 finishes and to purchase, go here
above: The grandfather clock and candle holder from van Eijk's floating frame collection inspired the mantel clocks for Moss Gallery
Not a stranger to clock designs, Kiki has also made these wonderful mantel clocks:
Kiki van Eijk (born 1978, the Netherlands) graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2000. She is frequently asked to design interiors for both residential and commercial projects, to act as Art Director for exhibitions, to create exhibit designs for galleries, museums and schools, and she has designed products for the ceramics producer Cor Unum and the industrial design manufactory Moooi, the Netherlands. In addition, she has developed several collections which are produced through her own studio. Her work has been featured in numerous exhibitions worldwide, most recently during the 2010 Salone del Mobile, Milan, in an exhibition presented by the Zeiderzee Museum. Van Eijk lives and works in Eindhoven.
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