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Stay on time with an Amish made clock

by Tom Grimes

Digital clocks bring a great deal of convenience to your home, with backlit displays that you can see at night and alarms to keep you on schedule. However, if you want something with a bit more style, it may be time to consider adding an analog clock to your collection.

Amish made furniture, such as their selection of clocks, are built using old-world practices that have been passed down from generation to generation, ensuring only the finest quality of construction. Whatever your aesthetic preferences, there is an Amish clock to suit them.

The Mission mantel clock is simple in its presentation, with a rich-hued wood and modest visuals. You may choose from two different chime tones, and can set quiet hours so it won't wake you at night.

For something with a bit more function, consider the McCoy wine and spirits cabinet. A wine bottle and glass storage unit sits underneath a classic wind-up clock. Similarly, you may want the McCoy cabinet clock, which can be shut to resemble a grandfather when it's not in use.



12/9/2016 10:29:24 AM