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The Millennium Clock


The Millennium Clock Tower, echoing the form of a medieval cathedral, constructed in four sections, the Crypt, the Nave, the Belfry and the Spire, and within, containing fragments of the past millennium - its tragedies and hopes, by the Millennium Clockmakers' Trust under Eduard Bersudsky, Tim Stead, Annica Sandström and Jürgen Tübbecke, Scotland, 1999

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Decorative and Applied Art

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Millennium Clockmakers' Trust, Maker
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, Northern Europe
Bersudsky, Eduard, 1939 (b.) - 2013 (fl.), Sculptor-mechanic
Stead, Tim, 1952 - 2000, Sculptor-furniture maker
Sandström, Annica, 1954 (b.) - 2016 (fl.), Glass artist
Tübbecke, Jürgen, 1942 (b.) - 2015 (fl.), Clockmaker
Jakovskaya, Tatyana, 1947 (b.) - 2016 (fl.), Theatre director
Lenert, Maggy Stead, 1949 (b.) - 2015 (fl.), Illustrator




Wood, Glass, Metal


  • Discoveries (29 Jul 2011 - 2016)
    National Museum of Scotland


Millennium Clock Makers Trust; The millennium clock tower : a collaboration of E. Bersudsky, A. Sandstrom, T. Stead and J. Tubbecke; Glasgow, The Millennium Clock Makers Trust, 1999

Lenert, Maggy; Millennium clock tower; Edinburgh, NMSE Publishing, 2004

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Collection Story

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

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