About this unique item
Made from a sandwich of layers of brass and walnut, the ‘Caspian’ clock. A beautiful little clock that will suit a desk or bedside table. Has 6 of the pretty little Dolam LC531 tubes with a gentle orange Led underneath.
Lots of novel features, one of which the original decimal points in the tubes are untilised to scan back and forth – think knight rider, but used as a neon pendulum while the clock is running.
The clock is named after the Caspian sea, as there was once a clock called the Pacific that used giant Z568M tubes – this one is just 18cm long but has the same proportions though.
All the functions are controlled from a single rotary encoder on the rear, everything from brightness to setting the time and date.
One of a kind extraordinary timepiece
Developed, Designed, Engineered and handmade by Paul Perry in Staffordshire United Kingdom.
These clocks are all made from original antique cases, be it wood / brass or a combination of the two. Gothic / Steampunk styling is quite popular and lends itself to Nixie clocks. Fitted out with modern electronics to give a truly original clock that will get people asking questions when they see it!