Saturday, July 22, 2017

Chelsea Shipstrike Clock, 6" Brass on Mahogany Base, On Sale Now!

https://bellclocks.com/products/chelsea-shipstrike-clock-6-brass-on-mahogany-base


The Chelsea Shipstrike 6" Brass on Mahogany Base offers many of the same distinctive features as our signature Ship’s Bell Clock – including chiming bell tones, a high-quality forged solid brass case and hinged bezel. However, unlike our Ship’s Bell, the Chelsea Shipstrike Clock is specially-engineered clock incorporates a precision-crafted jewel German mechanical movement.

The Chelsea Shipstrike Clock 6" on Mahogany Base is available in 4 1/2 inch and 6 inch dial sizes.

For those who seek the charm of our traditional Ship’s Bell Bell, but the convenience of a fine German quartz movement, we also offer the Chelsea Shipstrike Quartz clock.

Engraving and Customizing information available here.



FEATURES

  • Two-Year Warranty
  • Mechanical Movement
  • 6" Dial
  • Mahogany Base (Display stand) included
  • Dimensions: 9.25" H X 12.50" W x 4" D
  • Weight: 20 lbs

 

Ship's Bell Story

Mariners have used a unique bell code to tell time at sea for hundreds of years. The code is based on the crew's typical workday routine while the vessel is under way. A ship at sea requires constant attention throughout the day's twenty-four hours. The day is therefore divided into six four-hour periods, each called a "watch." Similarly, the crew is segmented into three divisions. Division members then stand their individually assigned duties on two watches per day, with eight hours off duty between watches. To rotate each division's watch times, the Evening Watch is periodically divided into two watches. These are called Dog Watches because they "dog" the watch schedule for all divisions ahead by one watch period.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Downeaster Fishing Tide Clock, On Sale Now!

https://bellclocks.com/search?type=product&q=fishing


The Downeaster Fishing Tide Clock, Saltwater collection, matches the Saltwater Fishing Barometer which is also available. 


Fishermen generally agree that fish are most active two hours before or after High Tide. With the Fishing Tide Clock you can see at a glance when to grab your fishing gear and head out to your favorite spot!

The tide clock's cycle is geared to Atlantic Coast tides (approximately two High and two Low tides per day).

The highly polished and lacquered 6" brass case can be mounted directly on the wall, on a wooden panel, or on a mantle stand. A must have for all fishermen, boaters, and nature lovers!

Operates on a single AA battery.

If you prefer a Brushed Nickel Case, please select that option.

Sunday, July 09, 2017

Brass Porthole Tide Time Clock by Bey Berk, On Sale Now!

Brass Porthole Tide Time Clock by Bey Berk, On Sale Now!

Classic Brass Porthole Time and Tide Clock with heavy lacquered Solid Brass Porthole Case. By Bey Berk.

MAKES A GREAT GIFT - SUMMER SALE PRICED!


Normally ships in about 3-5 business days.


FEATURES:
  • Quality Quartz Time and Tide Movement
  • Heavy Solid Brass Lacquered Porthole Case
  • Tarnish Resistant
  • Requires (1) AA Battery (not included)
  • 9"H x 9"W x 2.50"D
  • Weight: 5 LB

Saturday, July 08, 2017

Chelsea Shipstrike Clock, 4.5" Brass, On Sale Now!

https://bellclocks.com/products/chelsea-shipstrike-clock-4-5-brass

Our Chelsea Shipstrike 4.5" Brass Ship's Bell Mechanical Clock offers many of the same distinctive features as our signature Ship’s Bell Clock – including chiming bell tones, a high-quality forged solid brass case and hinged bezel. However, unlike our Ship’s Bell, this specially-engineered clock incorporates a precision-crafted jewel German mechanical movement.

The Chelsea Shipstrike Clock is available in 4 1/2 inch and 6 inch dial sizes.

For those who seek the charm of our traditional Ship’s Bell Bell, but the convenience of a fine German quartz movement, we also offer the Chelsea Shipstrike Quartz clock.

Engraving and Customizing information available here.

On Sale Now!


FEATURES

• Two-Year Warranty
• Mechanical Movement
• 4 1/2" Dial
• Dimensions: 5 3/4" Dia X 3 5/8" Depth
• Weight: 6.7 lbs.

Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Chelsea Constitution Clock, Nickel, On Sale Now!

https://bellclocks.com/products/chelsea-constitution-clock-nickel




The Chelsea Constitution Clock in Nickel is named for the USS Constitution, the first ship commissioned by the U.S. Navy. 

This exquisite, nautically-inspired timepiece captures the grandeur and stately elegance of this celebrated vessel.

Its forged solid brass case with heavy nickel plate hosts a softly reflective silver dial with classically-styled black numerals. Refined details such as a stepped pedestal base and ball feet make this clock the perfect complement to any room décor.

Also available in Brass Case.



FEATURES
  • Two-Year Warranty
  • Quartz Movement
  • 3 1/2" Dial
  • Dimensions: 5 1/2" H x 5 1/4"W x 2 1/8" D
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • Battery Included

Saturday, July 01, 2017

Chelsea Centennial Clock, On Sale Now!

https://bellclocks.com/collections/collector-limited-edition-clocks/products/chelsea-centennial-limited-edition-ships-bell-clock


The Chelsea Centennial Clock is one of a kind. Created to celebrate Chelsea Clock’s 100th year of fine American clock making (1897-1997), the Chelsea Centennial features a handsome forged solid brass case and hinged bezel set atop a hand-finished American walnut and brass base.

The Chelsea Centennial Clock's 6” silvered brass dial features elegant gold-plated numerals and an intricate gold-plated reveal centerpiece.

The precision mechanical (wind-up) Chelsea ship's bell movement chimes the traditional Ship’s Bell code.
Each Chelsea Centennial Clock is individually numbered and registered in Chelsea’s manufacturing log book.
Please note: This Limited Edition may require additional time to produce - please inquire if time is of the essence.

Engraving and Customizing information available here.

FEATURES

• 5 Year Warranty
• Ship's Bell Mechanical Movement
• 6" Dial
• Dimensions: 9 1/2"H x 8 3/4"W x 3 3/4"D
• Weight: 11 lbs.
• Packaged in our luxurious blue presentation box

Ship's Bell Story

Mariners have used a unique bell code to tell time at sea for hundreds of years. The code is based on the crew's typical workday routine while the vessel is under way. A ship at sea requires constant attention throughout the day's twenty-four hours. The day is therefore divided into six four-hour periods, each called a "watch." Similarly, the crew is segmented into three divisions. Division members then stand their individually assigned duties on two watches per day, with eight hours off duty between watches. To rotate each division's watch times, the Evening Watch is periodically divided into two watches. These are called Dog Watches because they "dog" the watch schedule for all divisions ahead by one watch period.