Northville Watch & Clock Shop is a family-owned and operated business, that opened in 1972. Mel and Lois Anderson started collecting and selling antique clocks in the early 1960's, and frequented local antique shows. Today, many Detroiters still own these prized clocks.
Mel and Lois' second oldest son, Dan, graduated from Bowman Technical School with a degree in watch repair the same year that the store opened in Northville. In 1976, their oldest son, Norman, also graduated from Bowman Technical School with a degree in clock repair, and joined the family business.
In 1978, the Anderson Family purchased their second store from Tom Eurich, Eurich's Clock World in Dearborn. The family ran the store until 2000, when Norman and his wife Sandy purchased Eurich's and moved it to Tenny St. in Dearborn. Eurichs Clock World closed in 2016.
In 1980 the Anderson family opened Anderson's Clock World in Troy on Long Lake Rd. After over 25 years, it was closed in 2007, due to a loss of qualified repair people to work for them.
In 1982, the Andersons’ youngest son, Andy, joined the family business after completing the course in clock repair at Gem City College, in Quincy IL. Andy has been a manager at all three locations. In 2002 Andy's wife Becki began working at Northville Watch & Clock, and has become a qualified watch technician and now operates and oversees the watch department.
Today, Mel, Andy, Becki, and Dan operate the Northville Watch and Clock Shop, with repairman Joe Coon, and Maranda McLeod in the Sales and Watch department.
Summer Business Hours
Sun - Mon: Closed
Tue - Wed: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thu: 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Fri: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Sat: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
132 W. Dunlap St.
Northville MI 48167