List of clock manufacturers
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The following is a list of notable companies that produced, or currently produce clocks. Where known, the location of the company and the dates of clock manufacture follow the name. In some instances the "company" consisted of a single person.
- L. Hainz, Prague (1813 - 1873) Fine inlaid Vienna Regulators, Dwarf Vienna Regulator
- Carl Saboy, Vienna (1875-1890)
- Karl Suchy & Sohne, Vienna (1870–1890 (?))
- Mikulas of Kadan, Prague
- M.Miller & Sohn, Vienna (1800-?)
- Wilhelm Bauer, Vienna (active 1884) President of Vienna Clockmakers Society 1881, and active Clockmaker until late 1920s. Produced Post Office/Official Government Vienna Regulators. Some clocks signed "Kreutz & Bauer in Wein".
- Gebr. Reach, Ebensee, Austria. Used trademark "REMEMBER". Factory began 1861. Settled in Ebensee 1871. Produced up to 15,000 clocks in 1885. Factory sold to Junghans 1901 & renamed "Uhrenfabrik Ebensee Austria.
- Johann Mold, (c. 1870) Vienna. Example known: Serpentine Dwarf Case Vienna Regulator. No record found of this maker.
- Joseph Antram (clockmaker/watchmaker) to King George I. (Fleet St. London) Active 1691 - 1723. Bracket clock examples exist.
- Sir John Bennett; 65 Cheapside, London, watch, clock and jewellery manufacturer (15 October 1814- 3 July 1897), was a watchmaker and local politician. He was the eldest son of John Bennett, watchmaker, of Greenwich.
- Edward East, clockmaker to King Charles I.
- George Graham (7 July 1673 – 20 November 1751) a partner of Thomas Tompion
- Frank Hope-Jones (1867-1950)
- Joseph Johnson; Liverpool (1795–1827)
- Thomas Kefford (fl. 1710–1750).
- Joseph Knibb - Born 1640 Claydon, Oxfordshire Died 1711
- George Littlewort; London (fl. 1826–48)
- Metamec (1947-1984)
- Newgate Clocks; Shropshire (1991–present)
- Bartholomew Newsam; London (died 1593)
- William Hamilton Shortt (1881-1971)
- Thwaites & Reed Clockmakers Ltd.; East Sussex (1740–present)
- Thomas Tompion (1639–1713)
- Benjamin Ward; London (1799–1808)
- Johann Baptist Beha (1815–1898)
- Gustav Becker Clock Company; Freiburg in Schlesien, Silesia (1850–1935)
- Hermle Clocks (1922 - present)
- Junghans (1861 - present)
- Franz Ketterer
- Sigmund Riefler of the firm Clemens Riefler, Nesselwang and Munich (1890–1965)
- Winterhalder & Hofmeier (clocks)
- Kieninger (1912-present)
John Paterson Airdrie
- James Ivory and son (active 1729–1800)