Month: February 2018

Cautions about Worn Out Batteries in Clocks and Watches

Blog | February 28th, 2018

Back in the old days, watches were often self-winding or mechanical in nature, basically, they had to be rewound with a special ‘winding key’ at the end of every day to maintain their function. These are still popular timepieces to this day, although they have slowly been replaced by quartz watches and digital watches that are powered by tiny batteries called ‘cells’. While these are less of a hassle than self-winding and mechanical watches, they can also be somewhat problematic […]

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How to Take Good Care of Your Grandfather Clocks

Blog | February 14th, 2018

There is something remarkable about a prestigious, antique grandfather clock dominating your living room, dining room or foyer. The elegant design mixed with the old-world charm is enough to make any room pop. Unfortunately, these massive and impressive looking clocks too often will fall prey to poor maintenance practices. Without a proper maintenance and care plan, your grandfather clock will see a shortened lifespan and that just isn’t right. Between the rarity and complexity of this style of clock, there […]

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