vintage electric wall clock / electro-mechanical timer with an ivory colored bakelite, catalin (or other early plastic) case. I love the unusual 'thunderbolt' design of the clock hands. I think it would be great for a display piece.
This measures about 8" x 6.5" and stands 3" from the wall. It's about 5" across the face and has a bubble dommed glass crystal.
I couldn't see a name on this, probably General Electric or Telechron, but I'm not sure.
The case is in good condition with no cracks or chips (does have some smears of old paint around the edges). It has a long pigtail of wiring on the back where it was removed from a earlier installation. But I couldn't figure out how the wiring should hook up and so I didn't test it. We're considering this non working, for display, repair or parts.