Wall clock "Golden Rush"
Golden rush - that is what comes to my mind while looking at this clock. It's a gold splash in the center of the blue-green waterstream. "Golden" clock hands enhance the feeling of gold presence.
The clock was made using a fused glass technique named "pot melting". I used a shallow pot with many holes at the bottom, filled it with colorful glass and placed into the kiln above the shelf. After melting at a temperature close to 1700F (925 C) glass poured through the holes to the shelf. A resultant pattern is unique and hardly could be repeated.
Edges of the clock are made from a clear glass to hide its round shape. Even the clock shaft is not in the center: it's a little bit lower, but you don't see this shift, like you do not notice imperfectness of the surrounding nature objects. Only light lemongrass dots placed near edges remind about time.
The clock has a battery powered quartz movement which is very precise. Usually you need to replace batteries only once in 1.5 - 2 years depending on battery type. One AA battery is required.
Diameter: 14 inches.