Design by Arne Jacobsen, 1971.

The Banker's Clock from designer Arne Jacobsen, features hour markers comprised of twelve stacked squares, each with a blackened space to mark the hour of day. This clever design dates back to 1971 and is a fully authorized re-edition by the Arne Jacobsen estate.

Danish architect Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971), and master of total design, created the classic Banker's Clock for the Danish National Bank (1971). Beginning in the summer of 2009, production has been handed to the Danish design firm and watchmaker Rosendahl Copenhagen who have taken careful steps to reproduce the clocks according to the original Jacobsen drawings.

Dimensions
  • 8.3" Dia
  • 11.4" Dia
  • 18.9" Dia
Material(s)
Aluminum case, Japanese RHTYME movement, curved mineral glass lense
Item Number
AMC-ARNE-JACOBSEN-BANKERS-CLOCK
Model(s)
RD-43630 RD-43640 RD-43650