About Clock House Furniture
Clock House Furniture was started in 1990 by Nick and Priscilla Parry. For many years it was based in a converted farm steading, but in November 2012 a long-planned building was finally completed, and Clock House moved to a wonderful new purpose-built unit. At last everything is under the same roof which is both wind- and watertight - quite a novelty - and there is now space to expand production and take on larger commissions.
Most of the Clock House employees have been with the company for many years, and are a highly skilled team. Stuart is our joiner and starts the production process: Steve and Trish are specialist finishers - and in Trish's case a talented painter: Magnus, Jarek, Stephen and Richard are the upholsterers, and Jonathan, Karol, Tomasz and Henry specialise in making Antler furniture. John in our packing department ensures everything is expertly packed in order to arrive safely with all our customers. The office is run by Moira - who has been with us for almost 20 years - and rules all our lives.
The company started by making large coffee table stools, footstools and benches - and this is still a core part of the business. Most of the designs can be made any size to order and Clock House are always happy to work with designers on one-off commissions. The collection has expanded over the years to include chairs, sofas, ottomans, fenders and tables.
In about 2005 Clock House started making Antler Furniture, which has now become a very large part of its business. Made primarily from Scottish Red Deer antlers, the collection now encompasses just about everything that could be made from horn, and Clock House now have the largest collection of Antler furniture made in Europe.