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Saguaro Cactus Clock with Coyote Pendulum

350.00
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Saguaro Cactus Clock with Coyote Pendulum

350.00

AMAZING!

This metal art wall clock is amazing in that where ever the light source is coming from; it is enhanced in different ways.  For example, the coloring on the face of the clock is colored in bands that go clockwise on the face; colors can range throughout the entire spectrum.  

The arrow head markers on all 12 spots are shiny silver, complemented by the hands, which include a second hand; the hands are satin finished but yet sparkling.

The clock is two tiered and double paneled. 

The bottom section contains beautifully colored Saguaro and Prickly Pear Cacti.    A heat torch is used to get the blues, purples and pink colors in direct sunlight.  In addition a coyote pendulum can be hung amongst the cacti (can be easily removed).

When the light source is showing off the bottom section the frame of the clock it is enhanced.  The rugged border gives this piece of metal wall art a distinct uniqueness.  Its chicness will enrich any style of decorating from country décor, western décor, vintage décor, country chic and even cabin décor!

This two tiered, double paneled clock is popular!

With its Southwest/Aztec flare this metal wall art can complement any décor.

DID YOU KNOW?

A Saguaro Cactus is a giant cactus that can grow to 66 feet (20 m) in height and whose branches are shaped like candelabra, native to Mexico and the southwestern US. Its reddish-purple fruit can be used for food and drink.
Prickly pears are widely cultivated and commercially used in juices, jellies, candies, teas, and alcoholic drinks. American Indians used prickly pear juice to treat burns, and prickly pear has a long history in traditional Mexican folk medicine for treating. Its use in treating diabetes, lipid disorders, inflammation, and ulcers, as well as its other pharmacologic effects, has been documented. However, there is limited clinical information to support these uses.

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AMAZING!

This metal art wall clock is amazing in that where ever the light source is coming from; it is enhanced in different ways.  For example, the coloring on the face of the clock is colored in bands that go clockwise on the face; colors can range throughout the entire spectrum.  

The arrow head markers on all 12 spots are shiny silver, complemented by the hands, which include a second hand; the hands are satin finished but yet sparkling.

The clock is two tiered and double paneled. 

The bottom section contains beautifully colored Saguaro and Prickly Pear Cacti.    A heat torch is used to get the blues, purples and pink colors in direct sunlight.  In addition a coyote pendulum can be hung amongst the cacti (can be easily removed).

When the light source is showing off the bottom section the frame of the clock it is enhanced.  The rugged border gives this piece of metal wall art a distinct uniqueness.  Its chicness will enrich any style of decorating from country décor, western décor, vintage décor, country chic and even cabin décor!

This two tiered, double paneled clock is popular!

With its Southwest/Aztec flare this metal wall art can complement any décor.

DID YOU KNOW?

A Saguaro Cactus is a giant cactus that can grow to 66 feet (20 m) in height and whose branches are shaped like candelabra, native to Mexico and the southwestern US. Its reddish-purple fruit can be used for food and drink.
Prickly pears are widely cultivated and commercially used in juices, jellies, candies, teas, and alcoholic drinks. American Indians used prickly pear juice to treat burns, and prickly pear has a long history in traditional Mexican folk medicine for treating. Its use in treating diabetes, lipid disorders, inflammation, and ulcers, as well as its other pharmacologic effects, has been documented. However, there is limited clinical information to support these uses.