From Train Station Clocks

Links We Love: What we’re reading this week

What we’re reading this week: AD’s favorite stories from around the web

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The Fashion Insiders’ Guides to New York and Paris reveal must-visit spots in the two style capitals

A pair of new books from Vogue Paris's Carole Sabas reveal must-visit spots in the two style capitals

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Art Deco Treasures

In one of the season’s most anticipated sales, Christie’s Paris will auction pieces the legendary Armand Albert Rateau crafted for the Duchess of Alba

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Celebrating the Masterpiece London art and antiques fair with designer Elissa Cullman

Design’s boldface names gather in New York to toast this summer’s best art and antiques fair, Masterpiece London

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Lee F. Mindel rediscovers the bold buildings of Boston, where he trained to be an architect

Architect Lee F. Mindel returns to the city where he trained to be an architect

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Grandfather Clocks Testimonials

Perhaps we are being overly modest.  At least once every week, we at 1-800-4CLOCKS have a grandfather clocks shopper who ends up purchasing a discount grandfather clock from us and who proactively offers to give us a written testimonial and/or to to provide feedback on any of the customer review websites that are out there.  …

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Hugo and the Train Station Clocks

The great director Martin Scorsese has finally made a movie expressly for children.  And even more relevant for the readers of this grandfather clocks blog, he has made a movie whose central theme is the maintenance of large train station clocks, or some might say double-sided grandfather clock time machines. Hugo opens on Wednesday November …

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