The table clock is handmade by stone and metal craftsmen. Nephrite was used for the manufacture of the clock. Since ancient times, nephrite was called the stone of heaven and earth, wisdom and eternity. More than 2 thousand years ago, the great Chinese thinker Confucius noted the value of nephrite as a symbol of virtue. In China, the level of nephrite processing reached unprecedented heights: insignia of the nobles, magnificent carvings (vases, table sculpture), household and religious items, and various ornaments were cut out of this stone.
Monumentality of the clock is conveyed by a combination of simple forms of stone and classic columns. Columns made of metal have richly decorated capitals. The column surface is plated with pure gold. Gold-plated parts are less susceptible to aggressive external influences, oxidation and corrosion. Between the columns, there is a round clock in a metal case. At the top of the clock, there is an eagle sculpture. Like columns, it is gilded.
You can present the clock to a confident man worthy of the most valuable offerings.