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Buried in a closet or nook: A treasure that needs loving care. Our guide will bring it back to life.

Sunday, February 15, 1998
Section: Tropical Home
Page: 1H [excerpt]
SOURCE/CREDIT LINE: By JO WERNE Herald Home Furnishings Writer
PHOTOGRAPH: David Bergman

ANTIQUE & and other CLOCKS * Robert Terwilliger, a second-generation clockmaker, learned his craft from his father, Charles Terwilliger, author of The 400-Day Clock Repair Guide. Mr. Terwilliger is accredited as a Certified Master Clockmaker by the American Clock and Watchmaker's Institute..., and he also makes sundials.

Among others, Terwilliger repairs ``automata'' clocks -- those with little moving figures -- and 18th and 19th Century clocks. Prices vary.

Robert Terwilliger, 3852 Day Ave, Coconut Grove, sees clients by appointment between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. weekdays. Call (305) 447-4619.

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