People send us clock repairs from all over the world
The year was 1911, the city of Philadelphia, PA. The young man was S.A. Kallen. Young Kallen began his livelihood with a college degree in the fine arts and also served an apprenticeship as a clockmaker which included the fine art of creating clock case cabinetry.
Kallen spent his entire life on these skills and learning innovative techniques to accomplish a master repair service. His son, Murray J. Kallen, after working in the family business for twenty years and studying under master clockmakers, moved the firm from Philadelphia to historic Bucks County. With the demand for excellence in clock repair service, the firm, from word of mouth, went through another phase of expansion.
Murray has now apprenticed his son Scott to join the family ranks; marking the third generation of Kallens to carry on the family business.