Dutch designer Joost van Bleiswijk will be showing a number of these precious clocks at Moss Gallery in New York soon in an exhibition to coincide with the 2011 ICFF.
The exhibition opens on the 14th of May, and is titled 'Fraternal Twins'.
Joost has made sixteen different versions of this little archetypal clock - intentionally iconic, drawing from hundreds of years of Dutch design and culture - and has produced each in a different material, treatment and finish.
From 24K gold plating, to rust, and from solid brass to heated-up steel, the Eindhoven-trained and based designer has given all the clocks their own personality and quality.
'One More Time: Little Clock' is one of Joost's latest projects exploring sustainability, longevity and manufacture methods.
They're constructed of precisely cut, slotted and interlocked segments of steel; put together without the use of any joinery, such as screws or glue.
In many ways this method also serves as the dogma for his designs, evident in previous works like the 'No Screw, No Glue' collection (2002-2007), and the 'Corroded' collection (2009-2010).
The show runs until June the 30th.