On the Third Day of Western Loudoun Christmas, my true love gave to me…

Eastern Standard Time Grandfather Clock
Eastern Standard Time Grandfather Clock

…three Grandfather Clocks! (See the History for the Rest of the Song!)

For the first time ever, more than 50% of college freshman didn’t have a watch when they started school this fall. Sure, you can keep time on a phone, but nothing beats the classic beauty of one of these Grandfather clocks! Visit the nice folks at Eastern Standard Time today for a nice holiday gift!

About Eastern Standard Time

Frank’s interests in clocks began at the age of 10. He got his start by helping a neighborhood clock maker and was taught the basics of clock restoration. Later in life, Frank received his formal training in Horology by attending Gem City College of Watch/Clock Making of Quincy, Illinois. He now specializes in mechanical and antique clock/watch restoration. He has been working in the field for over 25 years.

Frank’s daughter, Karla Palasciano went on to college and then to study horology before joining her father at  Eastern Standard Time in 2002. Karla is a valued colleague and talented clockmaker.

Eastern Standard Clock Company relocated to Purcellville in 1995. Since then the business has flourished under the guidance of these two master horologists. The clock shop has grown to become an integral and familiar part of western Loudoun County, Virginia and is well known for providing unhurried and uncompromising craftsmanship, expertise, and service.

Eastern Standard Time
192 N. 21st Street
Purcellville, VA 20132

12 Days of Western Loudoun Christmas, Sponsored by:

Ian Bush
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