We’re delighted to announce eight new additions to our collection of rare vintage Chelsea timepieces. Each heirloom-quality piece has been completely restored by the finest clockmakers in America and comes fully warranted. Check them out!
Not long after The Finest Hours was released in theaters, we received an inquiry that nearly knocked our clocks off (hehe). A young man by the name of Matt Fitzgerald told us he was the grandson of John J. Fitzgerald, the captain of the… Continue Reading →
Here at Chelsea Clock we understand the timeless value and craftsmanship behind our products, old and new — perhaps better than anyone else. Which is why we’re proud to introduce our new trade-in program for Ship’s Bell and Shipstrike clocks,… Continue Reading →
Chelsea Clock collector Joe Neil moved from Oregon to Hawaii at age 24 and never looked back. From the Island of Kauai he works with its native woods (mainly koa) handcrafting an extensive line of gift items such as picture… Continue Reading →
In the Spring of 1918 the labor movement was well underway in the United States and most manufacturers had resigned to a shorter, 54-hour work week. Although Chelsea Clock had been enjoying healthy profits for nearly a decade and was… Continue Reading →
When the Navy or Merchant Marines no longer need a ship but wish to reserve it for future emergencies, they tow it to storage harbors, empty it of all fuel and cargo, and seal its windows and doors. The… Continue Reading →
Chelsea Clock is pleased to announce that it has reclaimed over 80 marine mechanical clocks previously installed on Victory Ships built by the U.S. Maritime Commission during World War II. These authentic military timepieces, produced for the U.S. Government in… Continue Reading →
Chelsea Clock is pleased to announce that it has reclaimed over 80 marine mechanical clocks installed on Victory Ships built by the U.S. Maritime Commission during World War II. These authentic military timepieces, produced for the U.S. Government in the… Continue Reading →