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.
This Heritage Heirlooms mahogany grandfather clock features a swan’s neck pediment with carved shell between, raised hand-rubbed mahogany veneers on the crown, and beveled glass all around. The 8-day weight-driven Kieninger movement features Westminster, St. Michael and Whittington chimes.
This clock comes with a 2-year guarantee and free local delivery and setup.
This large James E. Caldwell tall case clock features a beautiful walnut cabinet with spiral columns, beveled door glass, and a very ornate brass dial with calendar dial, day of the week dial, and silvered chapter ring. It has a very high-grade weight-driven hour/half-hour striking movement that has been mechanically restored. This is a top-of-the-line antique tall case clock.
This American-made Herschede “Sheffield” model 230 features a triple-chime tubular bell movement and a beautiful cabinet covered in finished burled wood. It has beveled glass on the front and sides, and the clock is all completely original.
This clock has been mechanically restored and comes with a 2-year guarantee.