This 1920s Gingerbread carved clock with chimes is a beauty.
This Linco mantle clock from the 30s could use a little “tlc” … but you’ll find it very worthwhile. The chimes of this wind-up clock are simply beautiful.
If you’re interested in a wonderful clock, stop by Bahoukas and see what we have. If it needs repairs or ‘beautified’, we highly recommend the very capable artisans at Stephens & Stephens Clocks. They’re right here in Havre de Grace and have a long history of restoring and repairing clocks. They’ve worked for some very prestigious customers.
Stop in today. If you love the sound of the clock chimes, ask George to let you listen to the beautiful Linco mantle clock. Yep, we’re always watchin’ for ya!
As we all try to adjust to standard time, we pay a bit more attention to clocks. We thought we’d share the beauty and variety of vintage and collectible clocks available at Bahoukas Antique Mall.
This outstanding grandfather clock has the original clockworks from 1795.
The case was handcrafted to the original design in 2000.
Definitely come in and see this clock. We apologize for the cut and paste of the photo. It was difficult to back up far enough to get the clock in one photo. It’s beautiful and a “must see”!
Below is a closer view of the face of the clock. (Ignore the reflection from the light above the clock!!!)
The best of the 17th and 21st centuries in one beautiful piece!
Next we share two very collectible mantle clocks. The clock on the left is an impressive Gingerbread-Style and the one on the right is a standard mantle clock by Ingraham. CLICK HERE for a link to the history of Ingraham Clock Company.
At Bahoukas you’ll also discover a variety of wall clocks including these two. On the left is a reproduction of a vintage clock, on the right is a gorgeous clock from the 50s that offers beautiful chimes. We encourage you to stop in and view the many clocks and time pieces we have.
We also highly recommend Stephens & Stephensfor any repairs, refinishing, or purchases of clocks. is highly trusted for repair and restoration work by discriminating collectors and owners all over the East Coast, including the State of Maryland, The Governor’s Mansion, The State House, and The Homewood House Museum at Johns Hopkins University, MBNA