Oxford, Georgia (PRWEB) November 10, 2011
Web entrepreneur Wanda Mitcham is pleased to debut her online clock shop, http://www.ClocksMax.com. The new site boasts an incredible collection of cuckoo, grandfather, wall, mantel, and novelty clocks.
“I have long been an admirer and collector of antique and antique-style clocks,” said Mitcham. “I have a custom mantel clock made of bolo wood with a beautiful crystal front. I enjoy winding and fiddling with the clock, as does my 11 year old granddaughter.”
At ClocksMax.com customers will find classic timepieces that make an elegant addition to any home. Start by browsing the collection of cuckoo clocks carved from 100 percent wood in the detailed Black Forest tradition by Kammerer, a family owned cuckoo clock manufacturer established in 1938. One day musical cuckoo clocks and eight day cuckoo clocks are available. Victorian style grandfather clocks or dark wood stained floor clocks instantly become statement pieces and potential heirlooms. Adorn fireplace mantels with a Hillsborouth mantel clock or a stately Anniversary clock that features an oval filigree gold dial.
“I just love the Black Forest clocks,” said Mitcham. “The wood carvings are just stunning!”
Decorative wall clocks are suitable for any room in a home. Select a contemporary Seiko Quartz wall clock or a classic mahogany day clock or go for a coveted Howard Miller II Moments time quartz wall clock that is shipped straight from the factory in Zeeland, Michigan. Novelty clocks for desks and coffee tables add a bit of whimsy to a room. The novelty clocks collection includes timepieces for children, like the Goldilocks & 3 Bears clock and the Gold Doll clock.
Customer service is of the utmost importance at ClocksMax.com. Each grandfather, mantel, and novelty clock has been hand selected by Mitcham. Having traveled to Germany’s Black Forest, Mitcham has the expertise to judge clocks on quality, durability, and aesthetics. All orders are filled and shipped promptly. Feedback is encouraged and responded to in a timely manner by a friendly, knowledgeable staff member.
To learn more about the craftsmanship that goes into each clock, visit the site’s brand new blog, http://www.TheClockReview.com. The interactive platform is frequently updated with intriguing posts regarding the history and evolution of clocks, as well as important how-to’s, such as how to properly clean and wind clocks.
About the Company:
ClocksMax.com is a woman owned and operated business founded by Wanda Mitcham.
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