**MADE TO ORDER**Please be aware this product is made to order for the duration of the Black Friday sales. This will not be shipped until w/c 13th December at an upgraded postage of 1st Class Signed for.


Teal, Resin Wall Clock


-Resin Coated MDF Clock

-Size: 30cm x 30cm

-Design: The Teal Sea collection proudly displays streaks of deep teal resin flowing between bright whites and clear resin with subtle iridescent glitter highlights. The colours drift and crash together with an ombre effect replicating a warm Mediterranean Sea feeling.


Create a statement on the walls of your home with your very own hand-crafted Resin Clock. My clocks make both practical and stunning decorative home accessories; they also make great gifts for birthdays or housewarming presents.


Each clock has been individually hand poured by SamanthaLois using epoxy resin and is completely unique to the next. Every detail has been considered in the design; from the silent sweeping motion of the hands to the laser-cut numerical details featured neatly around the clock face. This clock is also super light so is perfect for all homes, even if you have stud walling!


*Batteries not provided*

Uses: x2 AA batteries

Ready to hang

Teal Sea Clock


    The round clocks are made from laser cut MDF. This is a solid wood which has been made using compressed recycled wooden shavings. Using sustainable materials is of upmost importance to Samantha Lois Illustrations.



    The artwork on each clock has been individually hand poured by Samantha Lois.



    Epoxy resin (ArtResin) is used to create the artwork on each clock, this is non-toxic and certified as food safe by the FDA.



    -Wipe clean with a soft damp cloth

    -Polish with a soft cloth

    -Resin cures with a naturally shiny finish making this item extremely easy to look after and keep clean

Please Note: All products will be made-to-order and shipped 1st Class signed for w/c 13th December (if not before) NO MORE ORDERS WILL BE TAKEN ONLINE AFTER SUNDAY 5TH DECEMBER. This is due to the after effects of storm Arwen.