Ridgeway “Joe Brown” Cherry Grandfather Clock ca. 1978
Howard Miller Oak Grandfather Clock ca. 1983
Herschede Hall Two-Weight Tubular Bell Grandfather Clock ca. 1917
Ridgeway Victory at Yorktown Grandfather Clock ca. 1981
This special edition clock features an 8-day German triple-chime movement and a decorative dial depicting the American victory over the British at the battle of Yorktown in 1791. The American-made mahogany case also features beautiful inlays and brass ornaments.
Reading Pennsylvania Tall Case Clock ca. 1760’s
This clock features an 8-day American hour strike movement with sweep second hand in a cabinet built in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Howard Miller Shreveport Grandmother Clock
This clock (model 610-790) features an 8-day German Kieninger triple-chime movement.
Howard Miller Cherry Grandfather Clock ca. 1987
This clock features an 8-day German triple-chime movement with decorative skeleton face and brass lyre pendulum.
Herschede Haverford Hall Clock ca. 1970’s
Charles R. Sligh Tubular Bell Hall Clock ca. 2001
Herschede Hall The Clock ca. 1980’s
The flagship clock of the Herschede Hall Clock Company, the model 250 “The Clock” is truly a work of art. It was the last model that Herschede made before closing their doors in the mid-1980’s. Some of the many features include a 14-karat gold-plated hand-engraved faceplate, imported Spanish Olive Ash burl or Acacia burl, 108 feet of solid strip brass trim, and larger tubes than standard Herschede tubular bells.
This clock has been completely mechanically restored and includes free local delivery and set up.