An Electric Time Company Street Clock is prominently featured on the City of Woburn website. Well known public sculptor Bob Shure created a bronze statute representing a tanner and his family, which was added to the top of the clock to commemorate Woburn’s industrial history.
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2010 marked the 150th anniversary of the Marietta College Phi Beta Kappa – Gamma of Ohio Chapter. Members of the Gamma chapter donated a Large Two Dial Howard Replica Street Clock to the College where it was unveiled during Homecoming Weekend. The clock sits proudly on The Christy Mall and has been very well received […]
Crazy winter weather has hit Medfield! If you tried to call or email us and weren’t able to reach anyone – we apologize! Mother Nature has dumped almost 2’ of heavy wet snow on us and our power and telephone have been out for most of the past two days. Anxiously awaiting spring…! Medfield […]
Water Valley Mississippi was the recipient of an Electric Time Company Large Four Dial Howard Replica Post Clock for the Railroad Park project in January of 2010. The post clock adorns a prime location in a park created by the local garden club. It has a medium bronze finish with hand painted gold highlighting. The […]
Electric Time Company of Medfield MA was honored to be selected as the lobby clock manufacturer for the recently opened Waldorf-Astoria in Orlando Florida . Installed in 2010, the four sided clock is a unique feature in the center of the lobby. Built to create its own legacy, the clock sits atop a mahogany column, […]
Electric Time Company of Medfield MA USA is pleased to announce the installation of a Custom Two Dial Post Clock for Tiffany & Co at their store in The Woodlands, TX USA. The 40-1/2″ diameter dials feature polished stainless steel Roman numerals and clock hands, and glass dials back-lighted with energy saving LED’s. The clock […]
By WILLIAM M. BULKELEY Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Their time has come, again. Not so long ago, public clocks appeared doomed in the U.S. Inexorably, they faded from view, replaced with faceless digital readouts on modern facades — or with nothing at all. The watchless were left to their own devices. People […]