A large perspex and aluminium clock that hung in the watch and jewellery department of Rackhams in Birmingham. The white and dark blue face features the original fluorescent numerals, gilt metal hands and ‘swiss made’ in lettering at the bottom. The light is illuminated by a circular bulb that runs behind the metal bezel and has been rewired and fitted with new braided fabric cable and plug. There is a switch at the side to turn the light on and off. The clock was originally electric too but I had a quartz movement fitted within the housing at the back (so it can’t be seen). This means the clock will work without an electrical supply which might make it easier to place it. The electrical movements have a tendency to emit a very low level hum too. The clock can sit on a flat surface or could be wall hung if preferred. It is keeping good time and everything works as it should.