Industry News, July 2014

NAWCC Chapter No. 1 Scholarship Grant

The Directors of the Philadelphia Chapter No. 1 of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, Inc., cordially invite all interested and qualified individuals to apply for a Scholarship Grant to attend a recognized School of Horology in the US or an NAWCC Field Suitcase Workshop. Membership in the NAWCC by applicants is preferred but not required. One or more grant awards of up to $500 (five hundred dollars) are planned and may be used to cover all or part of the tuition and registration costs for a single course of study at a recognized School of Horology or a Field Suitcase Workshop. NAWCC Workshops and Suitcase Course listings are available at www.nawcc.org, as are listings of other recognized Schools of Horology in the US. Previous award recipients may be eligible for a second scholarship at the Directors’ discretion.


   For a copy of the application form and more information, call Charles Buttz,   
   Scholarship Committee Chair, at 570-595-3306 or email him at ten.dtpnull@sretlehs.

 

 

 

 

Chelsea Clock Is Moving

Massachusetts-based Chelsea Clock, the country’s oldest maker of fine clocks, barometers, and tide instruments, will relocate its corporate headquarters, manufacturing operations, and repair facility from its original building at 284 Everett Avenue to 105 Second Street in the city of Chelsea. The company’s new home, just blocks from its current location, is owned by The Simboli Properties, and will undergo renovations to accommodate the needs of Chelsea Clock. Their ZIP Code will remain the same.

dir=”LTR” align=”JUSTIFY”>JK Nicholas, CEO of Chelsea Clock, says, “We are grateful to the city of Chelsea for their continuing support of our business and their cooperation in many of the details associated with moving a manufacturing operation to a new location.”  A final move date has not been set, but is expected to be sometime in early 2015.

Chelsea Clock was founded in 1897 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, and continues to produce a broad range of nautical and heirloom-quality clocks, with styles ranging from the company’s renowned Ship’s Bell to classic reproductions and contemporary timepieces.