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Updated: Jun 26, 2019

I scored this guy recently from a friend of mine and I have to say, this piece adds a lot to my room. Though it's a little newer than some of the pieces I might usually go for, I loved it as soon as I saw it and had to get my hands on it! This thing is a vintage late 70s/early 80s Bulova pendulum clock, and though it's battery powered, this pendulum swings true all day long! It keeps perfect time, and one thing I seriously needed was a clock I could stick on the wall with a big face that can be read easily at any time. I love the antique look that the makers tried to go for in crafting this clock

(though it's nearly an antique item itself now!). The dark wood, brass pendulum, and the clock face itself all harken back to an age gone by when something similar to this piece (but wound by hand) would have hung on many a wall. Overall I love it, and the added convenience of only having to stock a few AAs is not bad! Now it's your turn, tell me about your latest piece, how is it adding to your vintage lifestyle? Drop me a line via email or reach out on Twitter! 


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That's a lovely clock, and yes, it does look vintage! I had one I got from a friend that looked vintage. It was a wind up one and it chimed on the half hour and hour. My friend assured me it would hang nicely on the wall with a nail, but a few days later it fell off and broke! I was very upset. It never worked properly after that, so I had to get rid of it.

I now have an Enfield mantle clock that ticks and chimes. I think it's from the 1950s. It has a tendency to stop a loot though. Another friend of mine tells me the surface it is sitting on isn't straight enough, that'…

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