Clock Chain End Hooks Clockworks
Clock Chain End Hooks
Clock Chain End Hooks
Hook and ring set for chain driven floor clock models. The chain link only consists of a bent wire that loops around to itself. Only needs two needle nose pliers to open the connecting point on the link and install these pieces. One side of the chain gets the hook for the weight, and the other gets the tab so the chain wont flip over into the movement and get jammed.
Clock Chain End Hooks
Hook and ring set for chain driven floor clock models. The chain link only consists of a bent wire that loops around to itself. Only needs two needle nose pliers to open the connecting point on the link and install these pieces.
IntroductionWelcome to Clockworks clock supply. We are a global Horological supplier of clock parts and clock movements. An ethical family of clock enthusiasts that work on clocks every day. This family has 100 years of clock making and repairing as a back ground, and this website was made 21 years ago in 1998. If you are local to us you can call for an appointment to get a clock serviced. We offer a large variety of clock parts, and movements. Also anything else you can think of that has to do with clocks and clock parts.
Clockworks locationWe are located in Huntington, MA, in the USA. This is clock country here because Huntington is not far from where all those old clock factories were. Seth Thomas, New Haven, Waterbury, Ansonia, Westfield Watch, Chelsea Clock Co, and more. This region is where the great clock manufacturers produced countless quality clocks. They produced quality that are sought after even a century later.
Clockworks Clock Supply OriginClockworks clock supply started out as Nepaug Clockworks in the mid 1940’s by Robert Tonkin. This was from a section called Nepaug in New Hartford, CT. Clock repair service from a barn near the house in Nepaug. Also working for a Jeweler that was across from the old Seth Thomas factory in Thomaston, CT.
Clockworks supply developmentsIn 1991 his nephew (me) James Stoudenmire took an interest in what he was doing and started to follow suite. Joining NAWCC in 1994 and was in full swing with clocks. Taking up a clock repair internship at Goldsmith Jewelers, owned by Ludwig Goldsmith in Wilbraham, MA. Also an apprentice for another clock and watch maker named Al Descorcy of Al's clock shop. Working for free but learning about more about clocks and repairing them. We would go to all the NAWCC shows that happened within a about 200 miles of us. At the shows we would watch the experts explain various things. Things like details about special clocks and how to re pivot and all this. Meeting other clock makers and getting there opinions on certain problem units and so forth.
Modern timesWhen you have a clock that you like but its giving issues, this is the site for you. Together we can save the clock instead of getting rid of it. When people have a clock for a long time, and then get rid of it, it seems all they can think about is that clock. In other words when they have the clock, they do not think about it much. But when they get rid of it, it sticks in there brain they should have saved it. Whatever you decide to do is fine, but if you would like the clock to work your in the right spot. These days we have a full stack clock repair center. We have industrial clock cleaning machines and various lathe setups. Using both Bergeron and KWM bushing devices and Gear cutters. We have maybe 1 or 2 thousand old clock movements separated by country of manufacturer and the maker. At the same time running the Clockworks ebay store retail side of offering everything from moon gears to quartz clock hands to full tubular bell clock kits. We offer a complete line of mechanical and battery operated clock movements. If we need a part, we go to the next section of the building and get it, from either our retail supply or our antique supply. If we need to cut a gear or make a pivot, we go to another room and do it.
Clockworks Return Policy GuideClockworks Return Policy Guide is best to be sure to read the instructions thoroughly before purchasing. We want you to order the correct thing the first time around and get your clock up and running! You do not need an RMA number. Please include a note with your information, order number, and reason for return/exchange.
- All returns will incur a 15% restocking fee.
- There are no refunds on shipping charges.
- No returns on custom jobs, such as re geared movements, or modified pendulums.
- Nothing with a value under $20 can be returned for a refund.