|PRODUCT NAME||Brown floor clock|
|SIZE||211*60*31cm（Can be customized）|
|COLOR||As your requirements(ex.Red, white, black, blue, purple, brown, camel, green, yellow…)|
|DELIVERY TIME||Within 15 or 30 days based on different quantity|
|FEATURES||This product is made of high-grade northeast wood, and the appearance is purely hand-carved with high-grade eucalyptus. It is exquisite in workmanship, finely carved, hand-made, detailed in carving and strong in three-dimensional. Driven by two No.1 batteries (the product itself does not have a battery), this product uses a light control circuit system to report the time every hour in the case of sufficient light. It will not report the time when the light is insufficient at night, and will automatically recover after the next day. Timekeeping. It is also possible to control the timekeeping with a switch.|
The earliest mechanical clocks can be traced back to the European countries of the thirteenth century. Compared with traditional old-fashioned timing tools, mechanical clocks have great advantages in terms of precision. The earliest mechanical clocks are not used as homes today, but in churches or towers, and are larger. For this reason, the early mechanical clocks were more religious. After the fifteenth century, with the advancement of clockmaking technology and the invention of the clockwork, the mechanical clock was able to be miniaturized, family-oriented and practical, and the high-level religious symbols became the time-friendly companion of the IKEA.