This is a large, round electric wall clock used to advertise merchandise. The frame of the clock appears to be metal and has been painted. the outermost edge of the closk is painted maroon, the inner metal edging is painted grey, and the screws used to attach it to the wall are painted off-white. In the middle of the metal frame is a glass covered clock. The glass is painted with a yellow rim and a large pink stripe that contains the numbers of the clock. The clock also has a background that the hand are attached to. this background is where the advertisement lies on a blue background with a rainbow decoration. The hour and minute hands of the clock are white and the second hand is red with a crescent shape on the end. The reverse of the clock is black metal with many different colors of paint being unevely applied (as if painted while hanging on a wall). There are two junction boxes on the reverse, one in the center for operating the clock mechanism and a larger one on the lower side, perhaps to light the clock.