If you can't escape this August, how about a purchase from overseas? The wood in this clock comes from dismantled Thai fishing boats. Sold by VivaTerra for $69. What do you think? Survey below the jump...
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Kinda cute, but in a DIY sort of way. Wouldn't pay $69 for it.
one could probably do it for a lot less, but not having good saw skills myself, I would pay for it. but I would want a larger version
I would love it if only it didn't have those annoying number markers.
ick, ick! It looks like something my insane uncle would have made i.e. he thought he had design skills, but he hadn't.(example - a Canaletto print in a cheap gilt frame mounted on the hatch door between the kitchen and dining room)sheesh
I believe that marine paint is still usually lead-based.
being in the shipping business, i love it :)
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