Table CLOCK Made of NEWSPAPER

India’s heritage art have found its way to your walls in the form of these gorgeous clocks. Manufactured by Craftpreneur, these beautiful clocks are made from 100% Recycled Newspaper.

India’s heritage art has found its way to your walls in the form of these gorgeous clocks. Manufactured by Craftpreneur, these beautiful clocks are made from 100% Recycled Newspaper. These are completely tree-free.

The company has developed a process that essentially “turns the paper back into wood” making their products just as hard and solid as wood.

The coils of this clock are tightly rolled from torn strips of “Yesterday’s news”!  

Table Clock Made of Newspaper

Product Information:        

Material: Recycled Newspaper
Length: 10” x 10”
Movement Type: Quartz
Battery Required: AA Size Batteries

About Craftpreneur

Craftpreneur is a social enterprise, working in handicraft, where their in-house artists work together to produce beautiful pieces of art. It “gives” people a different way of looking at the surroundings. The poor and under privileged women and girls are trained under its training wing - Hunar Foundation to create interesting, organic, natural and eco-friendly products.

About Surfaces Reporter

Surfaces Reporter is India’s 1st magazine specialized on “products & materials” for architecture & Interiors! The prime objective of Surfaces Reporter magazine is to contribute positively to the Indian material industry, with unbiased information & awareness initiatives.

Surfaces Reporter magazine has a clear & niche target group comprising of Architects, Engineers, Builders, Interior Designers, Manufacturers, Celebrities, Showrooms, Consultancy firms, and Leading Business houses, Hotels & Restaurants, and PMCs etc. If you have a Product or Project worth publishing in Surfaces Reporter, please email us hello@surfacesreporter.com or you can also submit your project online.

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