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['Steampunk clock']

“This is a unique clock, using Nixie tubes to indicate the time, and made to look like a piece of Sherlock's lab equipment,” says Paul Parry of Bad Dog Designs in Staffordshire, England. He explains: “Nixie tubes used to be used in the 1960's before LED's had been invented. The casing is actually an original circa 1870 ladies glove box, restored and converted into a clock. The glassware is real laboratory apparatus.” It was a one-of-a-kind creation and has been sold, though Bad Dog is willing to talk about future commissions.
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