When you step inside The Clockery, you step back in time.
Bucky Taylor established Fairfield County’s oldest clock shop in 1972, right in his hometown of East Norwalk, CT! Bucky and his business partner, Frank Domotor, both grew up as “tinkerers”, always fixing broken things, and making them work again.
Bucky first worked as a draftsman of General Time Corporation in Stamford. One day a person asked Bucky to repair their clock, which he did, and that began his journey to eventually launch The Clockery. Frank says, “It’s so cool to work on a clock that is 200 to 300 years old. People drive in from all over the U.S., and ship clocks to us from all around the world.”
Both Bucky and Frank love what they do, and so do their customers. Very often people come in with a clock from their grandparents, which has not chimed for many years. When repaired by The Clockery, they may cry when hearing the sounds once again, bringing back a flood of wonderful memories.
Bucky and Frank are true craftsmen, giving each clock the same care and attention to detail as if it were their own. Each clock repair or restoration always requires a unique approach. It is not uncommon that a professional dial painter, glass worker and woodworker be called into play – “whatever best fits a clock’s restoration need”, says Frank. The Clockery makes sure that their hard work is “invisible” during the entire restoration process, “like it’s supposed to be”.
Call The Clockery! (203) 838-1789 Website: www.clockery.com 14 Van Zant Street • Norwalk, CT 06855
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