Reminiscent of another time

Dating mauthe clocks 1950

Today, this clockmaking factory, largest in Germany, is owned by Diehl. Then just as in the case of a musical instrument, each is tuned by ear. Made to be a cherished family heirloom. Natural wood coloration and graining are given full dominion in special stains which only enhance, never obscure the particular beauty.

Every exacting detail

Daneker travelled to southern Pennsylvania to study the craft of clock making. We believe that day has come.

As the years

Through the years, Daneker has developed an exclusive process that includes numerous hand steps and a good deal of extra effort and attention. In the Herschede Hall Clock Company began using imported Junghans movements in its non-tubular bell clocks. Daneker artisans treat each with utmost respect in the creation of a purposely limited collection of classically styled clocks. After acquiring the knowledge he needed, he returned to Fallston, Maryland, gathered up his sons and recruited some workers to start building clocks. However, by German clockmakers, having successfully embraced American production methods, were once again become the dominant force in clockmaking worldwide.

Warmly in keeping with today's respect for the honored task of creating with dedicated heart and hand that which is useful. These were produced in the same styles as the larger hall clocks. Three years later, the millionth timepiece was produced.

For generation, Daneker craftsmen have, with care and expertise, been creating clocks for those who elect to acquire furnishings of taste and character for their home. Daneker Clocks have earned their place as an American family heirloom.

As the years went by, Daneker became quietly known as a name to trust, a name synonymous with fine clock making. Every exacting detail in joinery, sanding and finishing is heeded with care and precision at Daneker to assure the woodworking excellence and beauty you seek.