If Hemingway had a Goathopper, this would be the one. It's handmade and a combination of lagoon blue, sunset orange and coconut white that reminds us of a quaint seaside cabana in the Caymans. Its' rough-hewn complexion comes from a 10 step, 2 day distressing process created through years of trial and error.
We handpick pallet wood from Panama to Poland that's accrued a lifetime of nicks and bruises. A wooden clock with this much charm and rusticity would otherwise take years using store bought lumber. Constructed for durability, Goathopper wall clocks are to be passed down for generations. The Sapelo is a member of our Beach collection where seaside hues and unobtrusive distressing offer a wall clock that's both subdued and cheerful.
Whether it's urban modern, coastal or rustic farmhouse design its’ proven adaptability makes the Goathopper a perfect utility piece for any wall including the kitchen, den or outdoor porch.
NOTE: We could make you a clock in a day, but it would show. The real deal takes 1 to 2 weeks. Only then does it earn the famous Goathopper seal and logo on the face. We've been told it's well worth the wait.
* Approximately 14 inches square * Ready to hang out of the box. Includes sturdy hanger and multi-surface wall hook. * Runs on AA Battery (not included)
- Free domestic shipping - Outdoor resistant and porch friendly. Finished with a special wax infused varnish. - Includes an electronic circuit, quartz regulated crystal for virtually silent precision. - 100% handmade with a lifetime guarantee.
Will my wall clock look just like the one pictured?
Years of pallet duty in the elements impart each plank with its own unique grain, coloring and topography. Your Goathopper will not be identical to the one shown, nor should it. It is made and meant only for you.
How quickly will I receive my clock?
We could make you a clock in a day, but it would show. The real deal takes 1 to 2 weeks. Only then does it earn the famous Goathopper seal and logo on the face. We've been told it’s well worth the wait.
How should I care for my Goathopper wall clock?
The tough pallet wood from your clock has been battered by forklifts, rain and abuse so it’s not especially needy. While we don’t recommend leaving it in the elements without cover, a Goathopper presently works just fine on a screened porch where last year it ranged from a bitter 5 to a humid 104 degrees.
Why do you use old pallet wood?
CONSERVATION We give new life to battered and old pallets. All of our wood is 100% re-purposed so no trees are sacrificed. Moreover, we involve our customers in the effort. When you buy a clock, we plant a tree. We've been called tree huggers on more than one occasion and we're proud of it.
RESILIENCE It's tough. The blue collar of wood. Otherwise it would not have been selected for pallet duty. Right?
CHARACTER Our wood is worldly and comes from places like Poland, Argentina, Thailand and more. In a previous life it delivered everything from olive oil to umbrellas so each plank has a story to tell. Every bump and nick along the way adds up to a handsome, weathered complexion.
What is a Goathopper?
Legend is in many Caribbean villages there used to exist a man called the Goathopper. He would collect from your land all the dried goat dung, prized for its use as a fuel and in making coffee. As payment for his service he would keep 1/2 of the day's dung collection and offer it for sale on his route. Goathoppers were a cheerful and happy go lucky sort and were quick with an amusing joke or story. Our mission is to infuse the Goathopper's spirit into every handmade clock.