Stories about clocks, time, folklore, the whys and hows of time keeping and restoration.
Dorrin K Mace, Horologost
The Clock Man in a pensive moment
Sunday, February 28, 2021
Our Latest Press Piece
From The Sharon Herald ~ February 27, 2021
2020, not our best year, but also not our worst; we are still standing. We were able to open a new portion of the sales floor, a.k.a. the log cabin room, redesigned the sales floor and repair area for better flow, and added new business clients using our services and we made lots of plans for 2021.
2021 will bring a lot of changes. We have a new building planned to go up where we took an old one down. This new space will allow for expanded wood working, metal working, clock making, engraving, and special project areas. We will now have the needed room for storage, project overflow and just a feeling of space we so much need.
2020 honored Pine Knoll Clock Shop with being chosen as the shooting location for a short film by Point Park University. The clock shop was chosen for its unique interior and old world charm as the film was set in 1940s Europe. We were thrilled to help with this project
2020 saw the cancellation of all shows at which we sold our Green Line Clocks, however that did not stop from planning new designs. We will roll out 10 new designs this fall. The new designs are more naturalistic and less home spun/primitive style. Watch our Facebook pages and blog for the introduction of these pieces.
2021 brings promise and excitement. Our increased online presence will enable us to serve many more current and potential clients. Our offerings in the shop are going virtual, the story of Pine Knoll Clock Shop is being seen worldwide with new interest from Europe, to Asia, to Africa we are growing and are proud of the services and items we offer.
2020 saw Pine Knoll Clock Shop become a direct importer of clock parts, movements, and supplies. The direct imported status came about as a direct effect of the inability of our current supply partners to provide our needs during the pandemic.
2021 promises immense opportunity and growth. We are very thankful to have come through 2020 and look forward to a great 2021. Stop at the shop on Route 58 between Grove City and Mercer and visit us.