Wait a Second…
You didn’t get that Cuckoo clock you wanted for Christmas?
What you should know about Cuckoo Clocks.
Come on in to Waterford Clock Co and see what Great AFTER Christmas deals we have!
We are clearing out our winter stock to make room for the new spring merchandise!
We offer repairs on most clocks too!
So if you have a clock you were hoping a family member would get fixed for you.
Take the bull by the horns, bring it on in and see what our clock technician can do for you.
And as always your in shop Estimates are free!
Service calls available on Mondays.
Wait! Did you hear that noise… Yes, it appears to be a ticking sound.
Time is ticking. Christmas is near.
Come to Waterford Clock Co!
And see what we’ve got here!
New wall, Cuckoo’s and Mantle’s just arrived.
Were as busy as bees’ in a honey dripped hive!
We are reducing the prices for Christmas
Take 25-30% on all in stock, watches, grandfather clocks!
Silver jewelry to dazzle anyones eyes
Fun surprise’s, and stocking stuffers.
Don’t forget we also have novelty as well as some refurbished clocks
So Come on in and grab the gift that keeps on ticking.
Create family memories to spare,
And last a lifetime!
All here at Waterford Clock Co. and The Shipping room wish
you and yours a joyous holiday season.
Fall Clearance On All Stock Clocks
Mention That You Have Seen This Ad, And Get 10%
Off Your Purchase!!!
Please Come And See Our Wonderful Selections Of
Wall, Cuckoo, Mantle, And Decorative Clocks
All Shapes And Sizes, Right Down To The
Bulova Watch Collection.
There’s Also A Jewelry Collection, One Of A Kind!
And Please Consider Us For All Your Clock Cleaning And Repair Needs
Harry Would Love For You To Stop By For An Estimate.
Remember A Clock Means Forever…
Schatz 1000 Day Clock Repair
Schatz introduced their 1000 day clock in 1954 There are two case styles: round base with glass or plastic dome, and rectangular base with brass cover having glass or plastic panels. A 1000 day clock can be identified by the “54” in a circle on the back of the movement. (Note: a small number of Schatz standard 400 day clocks were mistakenly marked “54”.)