Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Lovely Old Clocks





Clocks, Clocks, Clocks


no such thing as too many!





Group of clocks





They are so Charming....big or tee-tiny....old or new.... working in perfect order or broken....


                            just lovely!




Big Ben-Westclox-1950's




The first advertisement for the Big Ben Alarm Clock was in 1910. I think our sweet little Big Ben was made somewhere in the 50's.




first ad for Big Ben




Westclox






This little fella below was made in Yugoslavia
 by a company named Insa.


Isn't he just so sweet.



this is our most expensive buy...$11









Below is an up-close and personal view.








Clocks mix nicely with fabrics, books and baskets.







This little cutie is from Germany. He is very tiny, but at the same time ornate, and quite dignified.

 Don't tell the others ....he is one of my favorites!



German-made

                                     

                                          See how little he is.


                  You can see him in the front 

                                          {with all the other shorties}


                            in the group shot.


                                    See him right in the front.













Flea markets carry some interesting finds.








One of the things about our little clock collection is they can be found at very reasonable prices....the most expensive one in our grouping here was $11.





Mr. Quail, a pewter mug with pretty feathers, a clock [new] and an old mirror.


Do you agree?


Clocks are so charming....working or broken....big or tiny....








8 comments:

Heather Jacob said...

wow these are just sensational ... I love clocks too and also the history I often wonder where they come from and where they have spent their time ????? beautiful post .. hugz x

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Love your clocks! I think clocks are so charming too!! Would love for you to come share this at Feathered Nest Friday sometime! :)

Audrey said...

Thank you Heather, I enjoy looking up the history of old things. Love your art on your blog!

Audrey said...

Thank you, Courtney! I will be honored to share in your lovely blog party!

Honey at 2805 said...

What a great clock collection! Each and every one is unique! Great photography too!

I am so pleased that you linked to Potpourri Friday. Your participation certainly makes the party more successful . I appreciate you and hope you will make this one of your regular stops each week!

Ellen said...

What great time pieces. I have always though clocks were such a clever invention. Enjoy all your time pieces.
Hugs,
Ellen

Becolorful said...

I started a clock collection a few years ago and then didn't stay with it. You have revived my interest. Yours are all so unique and make such a great statement when grouped together.
Pam

Ann @ makethebestofthings said...

I agree! Clocks and clock faces add such a layer of vintage design that is truly timeless. Lol! You have some real beauties.

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