The London Weather Clock
A Mechanimated Weather Clock to capture the spirit of the capital - even in the rain
When the forecast is for bright, sunny days, you can see as far as Big Ben, the London Eye and Tower Bridge. If a Fair day is in the offing, a black cab might sweep into view. Then, as the weather turns, the scene changes tempo to match the forecast: the sky darkens, and the figures dash across soaked pavements.
With evocative illustrations from Lewisham-born illustrator Josh Patterson, our Limited Edition London Weather Clock captures the essence of London – from its unmistakable landmarks to the spirit of its inhabitants, in fair weather or foul.
Illustrated by Josh Patterson
Josh’s illustrations put London life at the heart of our weather clock. It changes with the air pressure, just like the barometers of old: very dry, fair, change, rain, and stormy.
Limited to 250 clocks
With just 250 clocks to be made, these are very special indeed. Each one requires specialist assembly at our workshop – by hand, of course.
Watch it change
Why wait for the weather to turn? Press the Mechanimate Button on the base to make it whizz into life – then watch the reaction from friends and family.
No annoying ticking
We use a German-made quartz mechanism to move the clock’s hands. So it’s a quiet presence – no pestering tick-tock, just a gentle whirr with a change in the weather.
We're convinced you'll love your clock
If, for whatever reason you don't, you have 30 days from delivery to return or exchange your clock.
All our limited edition designs are built to order and will usually take 4-6 weeks for assembly and delivery.
Please note that only small clocks can be shipped outside of the UK. Our large clocks are unfortunately too delicate to travel further afield. For further information on delivery, please click here.
Personalise your clock
Our London Weather Clock makes a fine gift for Londoners, and anyone with fond memories of the capital. The only thing better? Having a personalised clock face – adding a street, a name, or a message to give it a very personal tie to the city. Click here to learn more.
Dimensions – 12.5cm deep, and 33cm in diameter (small) or 53cm in diameter (large)
Battery-powered – runs on 8xD-Cell batteries (included, of course)
Hanging template – a nifty guide to show you where to put the screws in the wall
Certificate of Authenticity – a badge of honour for every Bramwell Brown original
Delivery – FREE of charge for Mainland UK. For other locations, please click here.
In their words
We now have a beautiful clock that tells the time, predicts the weather, reminds us of London, and proves that some people still care about craftsmanship, and about taking the time to get things right.”
— C.S.O, New York
Josh Patterson and the development of the London Clock:
Images from Josh's sketch book during design development prior to prototyping:
Josh is a Freelance Illustrator currently based in London. Graduating from Birmingham City University in 2015, he has illustrated for a variety of companies, brands, magazines and books. The majority of his work is highly conceptual and editorial based, as this allows him the freedom to express abstract and contemporary thinking. However, he is a versatile illustrator and hopes to soon produce work in every sector of the industry.