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Glass Music Clock Multi-Instrument


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This Glass Music Clock Multi-Instrument is
Perfect for your desk, shelf, mantle, counter, or table top.
It makes a great Gift for any occation.

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Glass Music Clock Multi-Instrument
Height: 5″
Width: 3″
Depth: 1 1/2″
Above all, The instruments on display are a Trumpet, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Grand Piano, French Horn, and Violin with Bow.  All are found on a beautiful piece of sheet music.
Does anybody really know what time it is?  YOU will if you have this clock!!
Don’t be without one…or two.


Fun Google Facts about Clocks:
Who invented clocks?
First, According to historical records and archaeological finds, the first time keeping devices known was developed by the Ancient Egyptians. Therefore Called Shadow Clocks, they were able to divide the day into 12-hour periods and used some of their enormous obelisks to track the movement of the sun


Secondly, Clocks are instruments that measure and show the time. For millennia, humans have been measuring time in various ways. However Some include tracking the movements of the sun with sundials, the use of water clocks, candle clocks, and hourglasses.
Next, Our modern-day system of using a base-60 time system, that is a 60-minute and 60-second increment clock, dates back to 2,000 B.C. from ancient Sumeria.
Lastly, The English word “clock” replaced the Old English word daegmael meaning “day measure.” The word “clock” comes from the French word cloche meaning bell, which enters the language around the 14th century, around the time when clocks started hitting the mainstream.


Timeline for the Evolution of Timekeeping


The first mechanical clocks were invented in Europe around the start of the 14th century and were the standard timekeeping device until the pendulum clock was invented in 1656. There were many components that came together over time to give us the modern-day timekeeping pieces of today. Take a look at the evolution of those components and the cultures that helped develop them.


Glass Music Clock Multi-Instrument


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Weight .95 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 3 in
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