New Hampshire Clocks, founded in 1988, is located in Alton, New Hampshire. We produce high-end, commemorative clocks. Our customer base is largely made up of individuals, schools, organizations, corporations and governmental agencies wishing to obtain or give a distinctive gift to honor an important event or milestone.
Our craftsmen and women have been associated with the most venerable names in New England clockmaking. Their commitment to fine woodworking and wood finishing will be obvious as you preview this collection. Whichever model you select, you are purchasing handcrafted, timeless quality. We spend an inordinate amount of time in the design, selection of materials, construction and finish of our clocks. This is a family business in every sense of the word. Our name and reputation are part of every clock we build. We’re not about to jeopardize either.
Whether you choose from our New Hampshire collection or decide to customize one of these fine clocks with your family name, corporate logo or college seal, the clock you order will be of the highest quality with long lasting value.
Made in U.S.A.
What do we mean when we say Made in U.S.A.? We mean that the trees are grown and harvested in the United States, the wood is milled, handcrafted and finished in New England, the glass comes from New York, the handles from Pennsylvania, the faces are made in Michigan, the electronic quartz movements come from Wisconsin & California and the hardware from Massachusetts.
From time to time, as dictated by the market, our vendors will outsource the manufacture of certain components unavailable in the U.S.A. We receive no notification regarding this practice. Suffice it to say, we have little control over this activity. We are constantly searching for suppliers who produce solely in the U.S.A. We would be remiss if we told you that every component in every one of our fine clocks was made in the U.S.A.
Sometimes it becomes necessary to redesign a clock – to improve quality, to reduce the chances of damage during shipment or to accommodate a new or different part from a vendor – like a handle for instance. We will make every effort to update on a timely basis, photos of any clocks who’s appearance might be altered by such a change.