Carriage Clocks

Adding Old-World Charm to Your Home With Carriage Clocks

Do you love the look of bold and strong antiques? Do you prefer a classic look for your home over a modern fashionable style? If you do, may I suggest adding an old-world style carriage clock to your interior design?

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The beginning of the Carriage Clocks

During the early 1800?s, traveling was done by riding a carriage, riding horses, and walking. But the most popular and widely used means of transportation and traveling that time was through carriages. Carriages were used not only in Europe but also in the United States.

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Carriage Clocks At Home

Carriage clocks were originally made to be carried by travelers in carriages during the nineteenth century. They were more portable than ordinary clocks of the time. They’re also a bit larger than what we think of as a small clock, due to their spring driven mechanisms. From practical time piece, they’ve come to be considered an excellent home decor choice, and they’re getting a lot more popular.

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Carriage Clocks: Still Popular After More than a Century

The Carriage Clock gets its name because it was created to be used by people traveling by carriage. As you might surmise, this was a bit of a rigorous transportation method. As a result, the clock had to be tough enough to handle the rocky ride, while still keeping good time.

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Carriage Clocks: Timeless Timepieces

Carriage clocks are a relic of horology’s bygone days. These clocks were primarily produced from the beginning of the 19th century to around 1930; before the wristwatch became commercially available. However, this was a time where people were traveling more often than they had in centuries past – and these people needed to be able to tell the time.

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Carriage Clocks: Enduring Classics

Carriage clocks are a relic of horology’s bygone days. These clocks were primarily produced from the beginning of the 19th century to around 1930; before the wristwatch became commercially available. However, this was a time where people were traveling more often than they had in centuries past – and these people needed to be able to tell the time.

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