Valery artist has created his clock to his very own perception of steampunk. I think he has done a terrific job.
In his description, he refers to the chromatographic piece of working artistry as a “watch.”. However, considering the size and dimensions given, I don’t think that the clock itself is small enough to classed as such. See what you think when you visit the clock’s Etsy listing page.
I love the idea that the clock is wound up by a bicycle-style chain drive. And apparently, just one pull keeps it going for four weeks.
The liquid in the flask is secured in with a rubber seal. The Gree colouring of the fluid can be replaced with other colours on request.
More information on The “Time Machine” Steampunk Chronometer wall clock can be found here on the Etsy sales page, including a direct link to speak to the artist.
Credits and permissions.
More steampunk art by Valery of The Time On The Wall.
By H. G. Wells.