This Art Deco style clock is a rare and original object.
It conveys the idea that the plans we make sooner or later turn out differently as time goes on.
This 4-piece division was invented by the mathematician Henry Dudeney in 1902.
It is based on the Lowry-Wallace-Bolyai-Gerwien theorem which states that two polygons of equal area can be endlessly transformed into one other by dissection.
This theorem paved the way for minimal geometric division, which is a science that is as difficult as it is imaginative.
To this day, Henry Dudeney holds the record for minimalism since dividing the triangle-square into 3 pieces remains a mystery.
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Curly sugar maple, black walnut
6 hinges, 4 magnets
20 cm x 23 cm x 5 cm (8 x 9 x 1.75 in)
Made in USA clocks
Life-time warranty on the clock
Brass ring, curved glass lens
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