Finalise your Order:
Small-sized Clocks (35cm diameter):
Black, Grey and Blue frames: £345 still to pay
Copper and Chrome frames: £375 still to pay
Large-sized Clocks (53cm diameter)
Black, Grey and Blue frames: £475 still to pay
Chrome frames: £510 still to pay
Once you have chosen your frame colour, chosen a delivery method and settled the balance due, the workshop will be instructed and your clock will be moved to the next phase of production.
After the balance is paid, delivery will be roughly 3 weeks. This allows for the clock to be finished in your choice of frame, fully tested and carefully packaged. Once dispatched, please allow for around 2 weeks delivery by our specialist 'door to door' courier.
~ Traditional Weather Clock Details ~
Limited edition 'Traditional' style weather artwork created with British illustrator, Peter McDermott
Same ‘Mechanimated’ clock movements as other Weather Clock designs but with an artwork style inspired by vintage travel posters of the 1920s
Solely ‘built to order’ at the Bramwell Brown workshop in Hampshire with frame colour to be chosen prior to delivery.
* Frame colour choices: Black, Grey, Blue, Chrome or Copper (in small only). £30 extra for Chrome and Copper in small. £35 extra for Chrome frame in Large.
Clock with clever integrated barometer
‘Mechanimated’ weather artwork on moving Foamex cards - a little theatre set of moving clouds!
Weather Scenery display moves to show one of 5 forecasts - 'Stormy', 'Rain', 'Change', 'Fair' or 'Very Dry'
Hand spun mild steel frame
German Quartz clock mechanism
Runs on regular batteries - included, of course, with all clocks
For every clock sold, Bramwell Brown donates to community projects via Spacehive
N.B - Due to the fragile nature of the mechanism, specialist courier delivery is required at an additional charge of £30. Collection from our London design studio, as an alternative, is free of charge. International deliveries - only available on small clocks - vary in cost and more information can be found here
Peter McDermott and the development of the 'Traditional' style Weather Clock:
Peter lives on the Isle of Skye in Scotland where works as a graphic designer and watercolour painter. Peter was the very first artist ever commissioned by Bramwell Brown and, fortunately for us, immediately understood what we envisioned the Mechanimated artwork should do! The weather artwork he designed is in the style of the classic railway art of the 20s to 40s; the same style in which he famously produces graphic poster prints.
Read an interview with Peter here and learn more about his inspiration.