By 1751, the English Colony of Charleston, South Carolina had outgrown the Parish Church of St. Philip’s. The Colonial Assembly divided the parish and built St. Michael’s with a large steeple to contain a ring of bells and a clock. The steeple also served as a navigational landmark for the harbor and as a look-out […]
This beautiful, old, Seth Thomas Ogee clock was brought to us for restoration on both the movement and the wooden case. When it was all finished, the owners shipped it out west to their son, but it didn’t make it there in one piece. The case was damaged and the original reverse painting of the […]
This is a beautiful Hermle mantel clock incased in cherry and burl wood. It has a piano finish and detailed inlays. This clock features a 14-day skeleton key-wind movement with passing bell strike on the hour. The glass front, sides, and back allow a clear view of the brass movement and bell.
This is a beautify example of a Black Forest clock.