Our website blackforestclocks.org is set up to be your resource for all things related to Black Forest horology. The main focus of this site will be clock making in the Black Forest during a 200 year span from 1700-1900. This site is the first of its kind in English, solely dedicated to the Black Forest clock. The site ran by Justin Miller and his wife Christie, collectors and connoisseurs of rare and unusual Black Forest clocks.
The main page of this site contains a blog, which is used to advance the appreciation for the Black Forest clock, and provide relevant history and information on the subject. If you have anything you would like to share with the world that is related to our focus above, please send us an email. We are always looking for clocks, websites, museums, auctions, literature etc. to feature on our blog. The more people that get involved the better this resource will be. We have settled into a schedule to post at least once a week, four posts are viewed on a single page. Please keep checking back as we are always updating this blog.
This website is also used as a portal to our online museum. This online museum documents our private collection of Black Forest clocks. We hope you enjoy this rare look into our private collection. Due to the high cost of maintaining a physical museum, this is our way of publicly making our collection available to all. There is no admission fee, and no travel needed! Please continue to check back as we are always expanding our collection through buying and trading. If you have a item you think that would fit into our museum please contact us we are always looking for new acquisitions. When a clock is de-acquisitioned out of our collection it is removed from the online museum.
We are always happy to hear comments about our site or our collection. If you like what we are doing here let us know!
In the near future this site will also provides the collector with an outlet to purchase books and literature on Black Forest Clocks. We will occasionally also offer quality antique clocks that are de-acquisitioned out of our collection.
We hope you enjoy this site!
Please feel free to bookmark us, as we are always trying to keep it fresh and up to date.
Justin & Christie Miller