First introduced in 1908 in Thunder Bay, Canada as a way to save energy and make better use of daylight, today, many folks have a love/hate relationship with Daylight Saving Time. Love it: An extra hour of daylight. Hate it: A lost hour of sleep. But get past the initial days of sleep-deprived living and Daylight Saving means a warm welcome to longer days ahead and a chance to get up close and personal with your favorite timepiece.
The heartbeat of her modern farmhouse, @TheFauxMartha's staircase (featured above) shows off a vintage double-sided clock from our Antiques & Vintage collection. Ordered in bulk in the 1960s for municipal and government capacities, these clocks outfitted offices in buildings and on board cargo ships. This handsome clock is double-sided, featuring a blue baked-on enamel finish and chrome details.
Customer-favorite designs handcrafted from Japanese Beechwood, Maple, and Zelkova wood, our Lemnos clocks (featured above) are the result of collaboration between an array of international designers and skilled Japanese craftsman with over 35 years experience in clock making.