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This distressed white clock is actually a photo of an old clock face from a grandfather clock. It was purchased in a flea market in Paris France. I believe Delorme (the words on the top of the clock) is the name of the manufacturer. It is a last name in France. It was originally a porcelain face that has been cracked and broken (which is what gives it its charm!!) You can choose the French inspired wall clock in seven sizes, 12 inch, 18 inch, 24 inches, 30 inches, 3 feet, 4 feet and 5 feet!!
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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.)
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.
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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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