DABADesign

Oak wood Wall Clocks, Candle Holders, Hooks and more

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Announcement    Nature is our inspiration! Every tree is different and that is why every product we make is unique. Each texture of wood together with a beautiful design transforms the tree into something new and exciting, something that has a soul and a personality. Each product by DABA is developed with utmost attention to detail and quality.

We hope you will enjoy using our products as much as we did making them.

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Last updated on Sep 14, 2021

Nature is our inspiration! Every tree is different and that is why every product we make is unique. Each texture of wood together with a beautiful design transforms the tree into something new and exciting, something that has a soul and a personality. Each product by DABA is developed with utmost attention to detail and quality.

We hope you will enjoy using our products as much as we did making them.

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Krisjanis Sondors

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About DABADesign

Sales 8,523
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Wall clocks and a bit about DABA

Wall clocks are made of solid oak and each clock is special thanks to its material - wood. Every tree is different and that is why every clock made by us is unique. Each texture of wood together with a beautiful design transforms the tree into something new and exciting, something that has a soul and a personality. We offer 5 different design series for clocks – Alberts, Karlis, Ilmars, Paulis and Toms. These are Latvian person names. We use both woman and man names to express each product’s personality and individuality. All clocks can be personalized with a unique engraving and by doing that creating a special gift (examples above). Each product is developed with utmost attention to detail and quality and we will be happy to realize the desired idea of each client.

DABA*, the brand that was born in 2016, was created to reinvigorate the high-quality design in high quality materials that are built to last. We have prioritized the use of natural materials and simple, modern Scandinavian design, which is noticeable and at the same time fits in organically in home or office. We are delighted to create personal and loving items for the people who appreciate them.

At the moment we offer wall clocks, door signs, candle holders, wall hooks and other accessories. And we welcome custom orders as well.

*- DABA in Latvian means Nature.

Shop members

  • Krisjanis Sondors

    Owner, Maker

  • Janis Urbins

    Designer, Maker

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Last updated on May 11, 2022

Frequently asked questions

Custom and personalized orders

We do accept custom requests (in design/color/size/etc.) however the pricing is generally higher than a standard design so please contact us for a quote. We are always willing to consider bulk or wholesale pricing if you are interested in multiple pieces. Please contact us with details if such is the case.

Packaging

Everything is packed with the utmost care to assure a safe arrival. In the event the post office mishandles your items or ignore handling notes we are not responsible for damaged or lost item during shipping, but we will do our best to help resolve the situation.

If you are unhappy with your order, please contact us first before leaving negative feedback and we will do everything we can to make it up to you.

No refunds on custom orders.

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