Promoting permanent good fortune, Goldfish Clock designed by Griffin Yang of Haoshi Designs, presents nine goldfish in a static school, over which the changing light of day plays as time goes by. In Eastern tradition, nine represents flourishing fortune, while goldfish stands for luck and riches: together, it's good luck non-stop. Good fortune (be it way of wealth or luck) is staked on the 9 goldfish.
Goldfish swim freely with their beautiful long tails, in gestures of delicacy and elegance, notes Griffin. They swim with no rush; they swim away from all earthly once. Their elegant rhythm freezes the moment into forever.
The pieces are made of matte white resin and hand-finished for details and can be easily applied to any surface. A pattern is enclosed for the simple installation. Between move and still, realist and dream, the goldfish wall clock would record the happiness with you in every single second.