Lake Superior Clock, 12" Diameter
Whether you want to dive underwater shipwrecks or hike incredible nature trails, Lake Superior is a magnificent destination for getting in touch with your inner explorer. The lake is just as much of a paradise for relaxing as it is for adventure, thanks to several bed and breakfasts occupying historic lighthouses and beautiful beaches for sunbathing.
Lake Superior is home to the Edmund Fitzgerald shipwreck of 1975, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, and over 200 islands within Isle Royal National Park. The lake is the largest of the Great Lakes and the largest in the world by surface area.
Our topographical clock of Lake Superior begins with a bathymetric chart that depicts the precise layout of the lake’s floor. An artist creates the wood lake’s dimension by engraving the depth indicators on a piece of Baltic birch. The wood is hand-stained, and a precise outline of the lake’s shore is laser cut, etched with points of interest, and glued to the clock’s face for added depth.
Hang this lake art in your home or office to remind you of the incredible memories you’ve made on Lake Superior.
Points of Interest on Lake Superior Clock:
Baraga, Calumet, Duluth, Isle Royale, Lake Superior Provincial Park, Marquette, Presque Isle, Sault Ste. Marie, Superior National Forest, and Thunder Bay
Nautical Clock of Lake Superior Details:
Laser-etched contours and landmarks
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