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This clock has been cooked up by me from an original 7" vinyl by Harry Connick Jr.

I have chosen this single,"Recipe for Love" because it would make a great kitchen clock... Perhaps a gift for a chef, a cupcake baker, or a newly weds kitchen...
or an unusual anniversary or valentines gift?

This clock comes with your choice of silver or gold hands.
You can also choose the B side of this record, which was his big hit, "It Had To Be You"

Made from a recycled 7" vinyl record.
Size: 7 inches/ approx 18cm wide.
Comes in a box, ready to give as a gift.
Made with a quiet quartz clock movement.
Has a built-in hanger on the back. Easy to hang on your wall!
12 month guarantee from date of purchase.
Requires 1 x standard AA battery.

My record clocks are all made from vintage vinyl and as such may have light marks or wear to them, this does not detract in any way from the final clock and is part of its character. I only use records that are in excellent condition.

CUSTOM ORDER enquiries WELCOME.

Harry Connick Jr Vinyl Record CLOCK made from recycled 7" vinyl. "Recipe for Love" Retro chic kitchen clock gift for chef cook cupcake maker


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Black
  • Secondary color: Red
  • Holiday: Valentine's Day
  • Occasion: Engagement
  • Materials: vinyl record, recycled, clock, recipe, kitchen clock, vinyl record clock, brand new quartz clock movement, recycled vinyl record, 7 inch single, black and red, built in hanger, comes in a box, chose your favourite song
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 579 reviews
  • Favorited by: 28 people