The Nelson Eye Clock is a reintroduction of a rare and important clock designed by Lucia DeRespinis for George Nelson in 1957. Finely crafted according to the original specifications, the Eye Clock is made by The Vitra Design Museum of brushed-brass lids with black dowel lashes on a walnut frame, with a lacquered metal face and hands. It features an updated battery-operated quartz movement. One AA battery is included. George Nelson's work is represented in MoMA's collection.