Why are Mora clocks so expensive?
A big reason why the clocks are so expensive, and also why they’re so coveted, is because of the talent and craftsmanship that goes into them. A lot of skilled labour goes into making a masterpiece like a grandfather clock.
Why do mora clocks have a hole?
Because the clocks were often housed in old homes with sloping floors, many of the clocks have holes in the back of the case where they were braced to a wall for stability. In addition to the level sensitivity, their inner workings are especially susceptible to changes in temperature and humidity.
Do Mora clocks chime?
There is also an automatic night-time chime shutoff feature which will turn the chimes off during the evening hours or you may select for them to play 24 hours. A volume control determines the loudness of the chime. Select one of the links below to see these new clocks and pricing.
How do you fix a Mora clock?
Typically in Mora Clocks the bells can be moved by pushing them away from this paddle so that it can then rotate freely. Often the hammer can be bent so that it either dos not strike the bell or when it strikes there is a dull ‘thud’ This can be corrected by bending the arm of the strike appropriately.