Antique clocks

Antique clocks

Antique clocks are analog clocks that are very old and used in ancient times and have been replaced by modern digital clocks. But still, many people love to have them fixed in their walls. But the exact details of the inventor of the clock is not known, but there is a trivia, the oldest clock that is still working is in the Salisbury Cathedral, this clock dates back to 1386. Surprisingly there is no dial and has only chimes to display the hours. In fact, the earlier mechanical clocks had no face and were designed as a sundial. Many of the antique clocks are very old and made of wood. They have a dial with hours, minutes and seconds hand. And these are all covered outside by a glass, and many of the antique clocks have a pendulum attached to the bottom of it, which continuously oscillates from the left to the right. This oscillation often refers to the seconds as one oscillation refers a second. The beauty of the clock depends on the crafting and designing of the clocks. And just for the record, the clock's appearance may be old but many of the antique clocks are still showing the accurate time.