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Howard Miller 93rd Anniversary Limited Edition Grandfather Clocks

Howard Miller Grandfather Clocks have released their new Limited Edition grandfather clocks for 2019.  There will be two editions this year in several finishes. Howard Miller Roderick Grandfather Clocks This 100-year-old style is influenced by older Antique grandfather clocks. The hinged front door features a glass pane framed by an easily removable wood grill, offering a second style option of all glass. The bonnet style top is timeless. The lower door is framed by simple […]

Rhythm Wall Clock Instructions

Rhythm Musical Wall Clock Instructions

How To Choose A Quartz Wall Clock

How To Choose A Quartz Wall Clock There are many types of wall clocks today from which to choose in all styles and price ranges. We will cover the different types of Quartz clocks to help you understand how they are made and the differences in design. Click the link if you wish to go ahead and shop our selection of wall clocks. What is a Quartz Wall Clock? Quartz wall clocks are the most […]

Aneroid Barometer Instructions

Your barometer is an instrument for measuring atmospheric pressure or the weight of the air surrounding us. Variations in atmospheric pressure are usually an indication of a coming change in the weather. The barometric pressure generally indicates changes 12 to 24 hours in advance. therefore, we watch the barometer to anticipate and forecast, not as an indication of current conditions. Your barometer is an aneroid type. That is, it measures pressure mechanically, without the use […]

World Time Clock Insert – Changing the Battery

  Removing the World Time Clock Insert   The clock insert is then pressed into the hole and is held in by friction.            If the clock is new, the insert may be tight and harder to remove. The manufacturer understands that the wood will shrink some with time and want the insert to stay tight for the life of the clock.   If the insert is tight, pry the clock out with your […]

Hermle Keywound Wall Clock with Chime Instructions

Hermle Wall Clocks with Keywound 4/4 Westminster Chime Instructions 1) Unpack the clock Take the clock, the pendulum, and key carefully out of the large carton. Unpack the weights from the smaller carton. 2) Hanging the clock Hang up the clock so that it is vertical. The best hanger is a wood screw angled upward and screwed into a stud in the wall. 3) Attaching the pendulum Hang the pendulum onto the pendulum leader (see […]

Cuckoo Clock Manual

Instructions for VDS Cuckoo Clocks   Before hanging up the clock please carefully read these operating instructions. It is very important to apply exactly the procedure described therein. Unpack with care! When removing the clock from the carton please hold it at the roof, by no means at the carving. Also take out the loose accessories such as carved head-piece, pendulum, weights also Please do not open the small paper-bag fixed to the bottom of […]

INSTRUCTIONS FOR HERMLE MECHANICAL SHIP’S BELL CLOCK

INSTRUCTIONS FOR HERMLE MECHANICAL SHIP’S BELL CLOCK   8-Day Key Wind (this clock is wound once a week) UNPACKING THE SHIP’S BELL CLOCK AFTER SHIPPING. Take clock and key carefully out of the carton and place the key aside. Remove the round plastic access cover and carefully remove the rubber band holding the hammer. Remove any soft foam directly behind the round cover (if any). Replace the plastic access cover. WINDING THE CLOCK Please wind your […]

New Rustic Clocks Add Interest to any Design Theme

Rustic home decor can have a place in any space. Whether your style is country chic and rustic is a major theme, or if you’re just incorporating a key item or two to soften a modern space, the right rustic decor piece can fit in your design scheme. Here are 20 different types of pieces that you can incorporate into your home.   Rustic Wall Clocks New rustic wall clocks will add interest to any […]

Howard Miller Mantel Clock Time Adjustment

If your clock is running slow….move lever UP If your clock is running fast….move lever DOWN **move the lever very little at a time. A very small change will make a difference. It will usually take a full day for the spring to relax or tensioned into the new position and speed up or slow down the clock. Remember to have your clock oiled and cleaned ever 5 – 7 years.  Grime will build up […]

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