Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Cuckoo Clocks

Gray gave me this wonderful Pascal Tarabay cuckoo clock for Christmas one year. It has a light sensor so when it is dark in the room it won't cuckoo.

I found this lowbrow version of the Tarabay clock at Marshall's for $7.00, it hangs in Lulu's room.

This cute little cuckoo clock hangs in our den. I found this at World Market and I think it was around $12.00!


Rebecca Ramsey said...

I am just cuckoo for all three of those clocks! And don't you just love Marshall's? I could almost live there!

catherine said...

i'm coming shopping with YOU.
cuckoo for cuckoos fer-sure!

sushi2 said...

You do a wonderful job displaying your collections. How do you know where to put things? You need to write a book and teach us how to display vintage art and collections. That would be great.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Very coo-aint:)

Karen from A`Musements said...

I love that your one cuckoo has a light sensor and a "No cuckooing allowed" mode... wish my parents' clock had been the same. As a kid growing up with---geez, cuckoos (yes, you saw the "s" on that... plural!) grandfather clock, multiple (too many to remember just how many) antique mantel clocks--- I longed for some peace and quiet. Now, of course, I miss the "noise" that is contentment...
Thanks for reminding me of how sometimes, the annoyances of life are really comforting, in a yodel-form ;-)

ZenCrafter said...

I think your cuckoos are some kind of litmus test, and I think I'm lowbrow.

Sandra Evertson said...

Seasons Greetings!
I LOVE your clocks! So Cool!
And thank you for inquiring about my dolls, I will be opening up my Etsy shop soon and will offer a doll or two from time to time.

Sandra Evertson

Lani Robertson said...

i'm cuckoo for your cuckoos...and what great prices! :)