SAXON Vinyl Clock – Laser cut vinyl record wall clock upcycled from an old 12″ vinyl record. Are you looking for a present for a friend who is intrigued by SAXON ? Are you a fan of SAXON band or are you looking for a present for a friend who loves SAXON music ? Well…… you’ve found it!
SAXON – Laser cut vinyl record wall clock upcycled from an old 12″ vinyl record. Are you looking for a present for a friend who is intrigued by SAXON ? Are you a fan of SAXON band or are you looking for a present for a friend who loves SAXON music , SAXON Vinyl Clock ? Well…… you’ve found it! All clocks come with an accurate battery operated Quartz Clock movement with large stylish red color hands. You will need to supply 1 x AA battery. All clocks include built in hanger and are posted in a secure form fitted box. Note: Every clock is made on a unique vinyl record with different labels, so the image shown might be slightly different to the item you receive. Every record has it’s own history – some of them were bought and just lay on the shelf unplayed, others were played many times and have seen many parties. You might notice some small scratches or other signs of usage, but this makes them even more unique and interesting. A great music memorabilia piece to decorate your music room or the perfect gift for your favorite friend, teacher or musician. Size: 12inch Vinyl Record Battery Type: 1AA Battery (Not included) . Please Note that Clock Face is a Sticker.
The Saxons were a group of early Germanic peoples whose name was given in the early Middle Ages to a large country (Old Saxony, Latin: Saxonia) near the North Sea coast of northern Germania, what is now Germany. In the late Roman Empire, the name was used to refer to Germanic coastal raiders, and also as a word something like the later “Viking”. Their origins appear to be mainly somewhere in or near the above-mentioned German North Sea coast where they are found later, in Carolingian times. In Merovingian times, continental Saxons had also been associated with the activity and settlements on the coast of what later became Normandy. Their precise origins are uncertain, and they are sometimes described as fighting inland, coming into conflict with the Franks and Thuringians. There is possibly a single classical reference to a smaller homeland of an early Saxon tribe, but its interpretation is disputed . According to this proposal, the Saxons’ earliest area of settlement is believed to have been Northern Albingia. This general area is close to the probable homeland of the Angles.