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At Hills Antique Clocks, bringing precious timepieces and family heirlooms back to life is a labor of love. Our work quite literally speaks for itself — announcing the passage of time once more.
Over the years, we’ve been fortunate enough to garner attention and appreciation from satisfied customers — and the local press. Below is just some of the media coverage and attention Hills Antique Clocks has received in recent years.
Returning the clocks and their wooden frames to their original beauty and luster is somewhat of a lost art with only three restorers in the eastern part of the state, said Hills, whose business has been on Washington Street for eight years and previously in Natick for three.The Metro West Daily News — December 2017
“To be able to restore something that’s over 300 years old and make it fully functional again – I get a kick out of that,” he said. “The end product is tangible, and there are so many varieties of clocks. You’re not doing the same thing over and over again. You get to be artistic. You get to use your brain.”The Metro West Daily News — August 2010