Digital Deco – More Lawson Clocks in the Movies

More Lawson Art Deco clocks on the big screen: Shadow Of Doubt (1935). Ricardo Cortez was one of the great Latin lovers who, it was hoped would fill the void left by the death of Rudolph Valentino. (Cortez was actually Jakob Krantz from New … Read More

The Lawson Clock Summit

It started out as simple curiosity. When did Lawson Time open for business, where did it go, and why? Read More

Lawson Art Deco Clocks in the Movies

Why aren’t Lawson clocks seen in the movies? Turns out, they are. Read More

Decopix Art Deco Patent of the Week – Handless Clock by M.A. Vinas

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Some people have gotten the idea that Lawson and Pennwood were the first digital clocks. Not by a long shot. Read More

Deco Decadence – Who Sold Lawson Clocks?

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Since many Lawson Art Deco clocks would cost several hundred dollars in today’s currency, I wondered who sold these luxury items during the Depression. Read More

Art Deco 24 Hours a Day – An Unusual Lawson Clock

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An unusual variation – the Lawson 24-hour clock. Read More

The Lawson Mayfair-Zephyr Clock Mystery

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With each new discovery, the Lawson Time story offers up another mystery. Read More

There’s a Lawson Clock in Your Future…

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The time: Stardate 2259.55. The place: Star Trek Into Darkness DVD, Chapter 2… Read More