Fabrics / Clocks

Innes offer fabrics by the linear metre from well known contemporary brands such as Romo and Kvadrat. Some fabrics are suitable for curtains and blinds, others for furniture and so if you need any help then please call us on 01482 649271 or email on innesonline@mac.com. Kvadrat specialise in high quality wool based fabrics for furniture with popular ranges being Divina, Steelcut, Hallingdal to name a few. Many more styles are available upon request.

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  1. Magis Cu-Clock White
    £253.00

    Cu-Clock by Magis Designer: Naoto Fukasawa 2011

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  2. Vitra Ceramic Desk Clock Model #2
    £285.00

    Vitra Ceramic Desk Clock Model #2 by George Nelson.

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  3. Vitra Fan Wall Clock
    £340.00

    Vitra Fan Wall Clock American Cherry by George Nelson.

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  4. Vitra Ceramic Desk Clock Model #1
    £285.00

    Vitra Ceramic Desk Clock Model #1 by George Nelson.

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  5. Rosendahl Arne Jacobsen Bankers Table Alarm Clock 11cm White
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    Rosendahl Arne Jacobsen Bankers Table Alarm Clock 11cm White

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  6. Rosendahl Arne Jacobsen City Hall Table Alarm Clock 11cm Black
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    Rosendahl Arne Jacobsen Bankers Table Alarm Clock 11cm Black

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  7. Vitra Ceramic Desk Clock Model #3
    £285.00

    Vitra Ceramic Desk Clock Model #3 by George Nelson.

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  8. Hay Analog Wall Clock White 27cm
    £89.00

    Hay Analog Wall Clock White 27cm

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  9. Vitra Popsicle Clock Walnut
    £645.00

    Vitra Popsicle Clock Walnut designed by George Nelson.

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  10. Vitra Night Desk Clock Black
    £325.00

    Night Desk Clock by Vitra designed by George Nelson. In 1947, the American designer George Nelson was commissioned to create a collection of clocks. Nelson analysed how people used clocks and concluded that they read the time by discerning the relative position of the hands, which made the use of numbers unnecessary. Furthermore, since most people wore wristwatches, he assumed that clocks had become more of a decorative element for interiors.

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