Daylight Saving Time is no more, for now. Sunday, U.S. clocks moved one hour back, returning to Eastern Standard Time until March 8.
And while many smart phones, tablets and computers are programmed to automatically update their internal clocks, old-fashioned clocks must still be reset by hand.
Clocks have been around ever since ancient humans started looking for a way to measure times. Sundials came first, by some estimates as far back as 4,000 years ago. Today, clocks can be analog, digital or even talking.
Here are a few examples of clocks found in local stores for collecting or for home decorating.
Photos by Gloria Wright.
A Borden’s Ice Cream clock from the 1950s is available for $495 from Syracuse Antiques Exchange, 1629 N. Salina St.
A wall clock advertising Coca Cola is available at Syracuse Antiques Exchange, 1629 N. Salina St., for $295.
A green porcelain clock with flowers is available at Syracuse Antiques Exchange for $250.
A white marble clock with a porcelain dial and topped with a bronze figure is available at Syracuse Antiques Exchange for $995.
A clock shaped like an airplane propeller is available at Syracuse Antiques Exchange for $45.
A Scottish tall case clock circa 1850s is available at Syracuse Antiques Exchange, 1629 N. Salina St., is available for $2,800.
A clock with wire accents is available from Marshalls, 3405 Erie Blvd. East, is available for $39.99.
A large wooden wall clock is available at Marshalls, 3405 Erie Blvd. E., for $129.99.