Cuckoo Clocks

MOMA's The Tobias Reischle clock

I rather like cuckoo clocks, but definitely the NON traditional type. I can’t stand the wooden carved ones… just isn’t me. (No offence to those who do!) We have a total of two clocks in our house and now that we’re moving, I foresee the need to get another one. Having a surf online around produced some great results:

MOMA’s Online shop has this great one by Tobias Reischle. Way too expensive for us at $395!

MOMA's The Tobias Reischle clock

Via MOMA. The Tobias Reischle clock

This Elle DeVilla in the EleCoo Clock from Luna Baby Products LLC would so go in the red and white bedroom I’m planning for H. Utterly adorable at $49.95.

The EleCoo Clock by Elle DeVilla from Luna Baby Products LLC

The EleCoo Clock by Elle DeVilla from Luna Baby Products LLC

Would love to have this one in the planned study. VERY expensive for us at $1015 (excluding delivery). The Sunflower Birch Clock from the Conran Shop. Maybe something on eBay will pop up!

The Sunflower Birch Clock from the Conran Shop.

The Sunflower Birch Clock from the Conran Shop.

This Little Big Time Clock by Karlsson sold at the Conran Shop is so quirky it is gorgeous! $45 excluding shipping. Except funny ol’ me likes having numbers/dots to save me from guessing.

The Little Big Time Clock by Karlsson sold at the Conran Shop.

The Little Big Time Clock by Karlsson sold at the Conran Shop.

Oooh and I do love this simple Cuckoo Clock White Half Time by Diamantini & Domeniconi, Italy. Again, expensive at $250 from The Conran Shop.

The Cuckoo Clock White Half Time by Diamantini & Domeniconi, Italy at The Conran Shop.

The Cuckoo Clock White Half Time by Diamantini & Domeniconi, Italy at The Conran Shop.

You gotta love Walmart for their pricing of this Retro Cuckoo Clock! (Pity they’re not in Australia!) Only at $14.88 (not available online).

The Retro Cuckoo Clock from Walmart.

The Retro Cuckoo Clock from Walmart.

Of course there are heaps more, but well… these are the few I’ve been able to picture in my new home.

2 May 2008
6 May 2008

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3 Comments

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    Anonymous

    5 May 2008

    hey, tara DIYed that sunflower birch clock few weeks ago on better homes n garden. maybe you should just make ur own…=Dannie

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    fashionhayleytokyo

    5 May 2008

    Hey you should check out Thomas Gannon on Brunswick Street. http://www.thomasgannan.com.au/They have an amazing Cuckoo clock (not on their website unfortunately) for only like $50 in silver. Its totally cool.

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    drey

    6 May 2008

    annie: ya ya i saw that one, and thought that was v. cool! but no tools and aiyoh, so much work hahahahfashionhayleytokyo: YA I bought a lamp from Gannon years ago and loved it. FIL has taken it to use now, though! clocks too huh? one day i will venture there. haven’t been there since UNI days!

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