Ultra Violet Lady Kit Cat Clock

Ultra Violet Lady Kit Cat Clock

Regular price $84.00 $80.90 Sale


Limited Edition Ultra Violet Lady Kit-Cat Klock

Powered by 2 "C" batteries (not included)

New Limited Edition Ultra Violet Lady Kit-Cat (LBC-45) is a Cat of mystery and intrigue!

Pantone describes their 2018 color of the year as "Complex and contemplative, Ultra Violet suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead, and the discoveries beyond where we are now. The vast and limitless night sky is symbolic of what is possible and continues to inspire the desire to pursue a world beyond our own."

This Original size Limited Edition stands 15.5” tall, head to tail. Her rolling eyes, wagging tail, and contagious smile are sure to bring joy, laughter, and memories to any room. Kit-Cat Klocks® have been made in America exclusively by the California Clock Company since 1932. Each Limited Edition color is made for only one year before being retired forever.

These full size kit kat clocks are available now.

15.5″ high, 4″ wide, 2.5″ deep

Features moving eyes and tail, this clock is battery operated (batteries not included).

Clock has a 12-hour display and brings a sense of fun to the home.

A perfect gift or addition to your vintage-themed home.

Made in the U.S.A.


The clock comes with a 1 year guarantee obtainable through the manufacturer.

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About Kit Kat Clocks

In 1932, during the heart of The Great Depression, the Kit-Cat® Clock was first invented in a small Oregon town by designer Earl Arnault (1904-1971). With his signature wagging tail, rolling eyes, and contagious smile; Kit-Cat inspired joy during one of America’s darkest hours.

In the 1930s, the Allied Clock Company was founded in Portland Oregon to begin manufacturing these uniquely animated pendulum clocks. The first models of Kit-Cat were welded with metal but Allied Clock soon adopted the rising trend of plastic molding and moved to Seattle, WA.

The 40s and 50s were decades of explosive growth for Kit-Cat’s popularity and marked the first (and last) changes in his design. The top paws were added in the early 50s followed by a bow tie. Due to his popularity, it wasn’t long before Kit-Cat became an Americana icon of the 50s.

NB - You may even have seen cartoon versions of this clock in episodes of 'The Simpsons'!