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Any Old Lights: 3 Vintage Ship’s Clocks

Posted on Feb 22, 2017 by

Once fitted onboard a ship, these maritime timepieces tell not only the time, but a larger than life story of heritage. Here we share 3 of our favourite vintage ship’s clocks from our friends at Any Old Lights.

1. Unusual in its irregular form, this large dual sided clock features subtle art deco lines.

Vintage large triangular double sided ship’s clock, £145, Any Old Lights

Unusual in its irregular form, this large dual sided clock features subtle art deco lines

Unusual in its irregular form, this large dual sided clock features subtle art deco lines
Image courtesy of Any Old Lights

2. With distinct vintage feel, this polished steel Seiko would have once been painted a maritime green.

Vintage Seiko ship’s clock in polished steel, £80, Any Old Lights

With distinct vintage feel, this polished steel Seiko would have once been painted a maritime green

With distinct vintage feel, this polished steel Seiko would have once been painted a maritime green
Image courtesy of Any Old Lights

3. Keeping accurate time, this Marine slave clock is unaffected by violent movements of the sea and other interferences.

Original slave clock by Marine Radio co ltd, £105, Any Old Lights

This Marine slave clock is unaffected by violent movements of the sea and other interferences

This Marine slave clock is unaffected by violent movements of the sea and other interferences
Image courtesy of Any Old Lights

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