Some before and after shots of recent restorations
This Circa 1890 cuckoo clock was located in an old farm outbuilding. The movement and case were intact, however the bellows, tubes, pendulum, weights and chains were missing. Replacement parts were obtained from our graveyard as well as from Germany and Australia.
This large clock from the Bultman Funeral Home in NEw Orleans, LA had been located outside of this historic landmark since the 1940's. Hurricane Katrina damaged the funeral home beyond economical restoration and the clock was put up for sale. Pine Knoll located this McClintock Style street clock at a collector in Michigan and brought it to their shop. After many, many hours of painstaking research and restoration, the time piece in now restored and proudly displayed in front of our clock shop.
This late 19th century mantel clock had been relegated for the past 50 years to a farmhouse basement. It is now fully restored and being enjoyed by a newly married family member of the original owners
Abandoned in a workshop and unattended for the past 40 years this Sessions mantle endured a paint can spilled on top as well as rodent infestation. It is now fully restored and is enjoyed by the original owners granddaughter.