Unusual Grandfather Clocks
Loading...Please Wait...Posted April 5, 2008
There are plenty of us out there with a penchant for the unusual. Traditional designs and customary furnishings do nothing for us in terms of style; instead we turn to more unique methods for making our home our own. For some, this may mean the use of what may be considered an unusual palette of color for other homeowners; for others it may mean the seeking out of unusual or antique furnishings, those pieces that you cannot just arbitrarily purchase in the corner chain furniture store.
While a grandfather clock may seem counterintuitive to the desire for the unique, the truth is that modern designs of are lending themselves more and more to the unusual. Those in the market for a grandfather clock can visit a supplier such as and find a host of different styles from which to choose. While there is always the option of choosing a traditional grandfather clock design, or even one that is antique inspired, there is also always the option to choose from among the more unusual grandfather clock designs.
Some ideas when it comes to unusual grandfather clock designs include:
*Non-traditional designs. Not every modern grandfather clock is designed with the traditional pendulum casing and hood. Some of the more unique designs include grandfather clocks that are created to resemble street lights, clock towers, and some that are shaped quite differently than their traditional counterparts.
*Non-traditional materials. Some of the more modern designs include materials such as lacquer, ironstone, wrought iron, stone, copper and other metals.
*Non-traditional inclusion. While traditional grandfather clocks generally include artwork and etchings some of the more modern variations include such unusual elements as water features, lighting, and the like.
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