Martin Margiela Embroidered Clock Updates Grandma's Needlework

By: Trenton Millar - Published: Aug 15, 2012 • References: aloharag & highsnobiety
The Martin Margiela Embroidered Clock is a modern version of your grandmother's needle point clock. Accessories brand Maison Martin Margiela created this creative and crafty timepiece that at once feels like it belongs in a cozy cottage and a swanky loft.

The clock is made from a wooden frame and a clock face cover that is made from washable white cotton. Each number on the clock face is hand embroidered and the clock can be placed on the table or hung on the wall.

In a world where clocks are used more as modes of decoration than to actually tell time, the Martin Mariela Embroidered Clock offers a unique and interesting take. Whether you are more of a city slicker or a country dweller, this clock is a great addition to your crib. Stats for Hand-Stitched Tapestry Timepieces Trending: Older & Chilly
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