This clock was made from photographing an old clock that was used as a time keeping device for recording work hours. It has a great old, antique, grunge look and makes a great conversation piece on changing technology. The main dial is working but the three small dials are for show. You can choose a brown or black stained frame.
(About the company: Willard Bundy was born in 1845 in New York. He invented and patented an early version of the time recorder, a mechanical device which recorded when workers clocked in and out of work. His products were much needed by business and factories, both large and small, since industrialization had turned time into an increment of payment and because the device was considerably more efficient than human time keepers.)
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1930 Regulator Clock
This school house clock face is on the light ivory side. It is not bright white. Be warned, it is a little “grungy” –meaning it looks like it has some age. My mom wound this clock every other day or so when I was growing up. It was on an old school house clock. I love the style of the numbers and the key hole. It is really charming. I promise. This clock was made from photographing an old Regulator school clock made by the E. Ingraham company in about 1930. It is reminder of a much loved clock the designer enjoyed as a child. You can order as shown or add YOUR words or logo. You can choose a brown or black stained frame.
1910 English Longcase Clock
We love this wall clock! You can order the wall clock as shown or add YOUR words or logo. The design is the face from an actual clock face that came from a vintage 1910 English Long-case clock (in other words, a grandfather clock). Its’ distressed look is completely original to the clock. We love its authentic heritage!
1914 Philip & Haas Clock
This clock was made by an English manufacturer called Phillip and Haas. We think it was created in about 1914. It was originally the face of a grandfather clock (or long case clock). This clock was created by taking a photograph of the original face. The original has a porcelain face and the photographed version retains some of the charm. It has a very delicate crackle on it with a parchment (tans and yellows). This comes in seven different sizes. It would be a shame to lose this beautiful clock to history so we are making sure it lives on in these clocks.
We have this wall clock in many different sizes 10″, 12″, 15″, 18″, 24″, 30″, 36″, 48″ and 60″! Frames can be added too. Most of our frames are offered in chestnut brown and espresso black. Please see the videos to see how our clocks are made and the material they are made out of. We offer a Life Time Warranty on your clock mechanism. Our clocks are twice as “beefy” as our competitors. Instead of being only 1/8 or ¼ in thick, they are ½” thick which gives them a more quality feel.
Dey Time Clock
This 1920s clock was made from photographing an old clock that was used as a time keeping device for recording work hours. It is mostly whites and light grays. The Dey Time Register, Endicott, New York, time punch clock had a case that helped record up to 150 employees. It has a great old, antique, grunge look. But we love it. It is a conversation piece on changing technology. You can choose a brown or black stained frame and choose from 9 sizes.
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I bought the original clock face of this clock from a collector. I had to outbid others to get it, but I loved the character and history of it so I spent more than I wanted, but I don’t regret it. It is so fabulous.
MECHANISMS: Our mechanisms are quarts, high torque and most are quiet, sweep mechanisms (meaning they don’t have a ticking sound). It is important to us that you have a clock that will last a lifetime. Because of this, we offer a lifetime warranty of your mechanism. If it breaks within 3 years, we will send you a new mechanism at no cost. After three years, you will pay shipping and handling.
CLOCK HANDS: Our clock hands are light weight. They are NOT heavy duty metal. It is NOT because we are trying to be chintzy. Clock hands, especially on the large wall clocks, MUST be light weight or the mechanism could not run them. The battery would die every few months. The next stronger mechanism choice is what is called a tower clock. Tower clocks have HUGE mechanisms that are 12” x 12” x 6”. Not only are the huge, they cost thousands of dollars. Please understand that your light hands are light for a reason.
VARIETY OF SIZES: One of the most unique things about our company is that we have wall clocks to fit any space. If you need a small 10” clock, we have it. If you need a 5 foot clock, we have that too (and lots of sizes in between. Here is a list of our open faced clock sizes: 10”, 12”, 15”, 18”, 24”, 30”, 36”, 48”, and 60”)!
CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE: We have nine wall clock sizes to choose from…in order to choose the right size, PLEASE make a newspaper cut out of the size you think you need. Cut it into a circle or square (depending on which you want to order) and tape the paper to your wall where you want to place it. This will give you a visual of how it will look.
COST: We realize our clocks cost more than the ones you can get at the big box stores. The main reason is that these clocks are not mass produced. We make our time pieces one at a time specifically for you and your space. Let’s say you need a 36” spice orange clock. Something so specific may be the perfect piece to set off your dining room, but it is not something the general population needs. So, you can’t find it anywhere else besides our website. Making “one-offs” is not very cost effective for us, but we do it because we want to offer a huge selection, and making them “on demand” is the best way to accomplish that.
CUSTOMIZATION: We have the largest selection of custom wall clocks in the world. This wall clock, like most of our clocks can be customized. You can add a name, date, logo, or favorite saying.
CLOCK FACES: Our faces are mostly printed. Some are photographs of antique clocks we LOVED. They look amazing, but they are PRINTED. I have an artist that will paint a clock by hand, but it will take 3 months and cost $1500 for a 30”.
CLOCK BACKS: Our clock backs are made of MDF (medium density fiberboard). MDF is a smooth engineered wood that does not warp and provides a great backdrop for our clocks. Many manufacturers choose to use a thinner material—1/8 inch or ¼ inch MDF wood. Instead, we have chosen to spend the extra money to use a thicker ½ inch material. It just FEELS like quality—not light flimsy wood. It is hefty and hearty.
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