“The little shop with plenty of Time for you” is no more.
Williamsburg Clocks, the watch repair shop on 110 Peninsula St. has permanently closed, according to Google.
The business was founded in 1993 by Keith Clayton-Kastenholz and specialized in clock repair, music box repair and restoration.
The shop’s phone is no longer in service and an email to the shop went unanswered.
It’s unclear when or why the clock shop closed and the owners were not immediately available for comment.
As of last week, the shop has not filed closing paperwork, said Richard Bradshaw, James City County’s commissioner of revenue.
“I happen to know they are not there on Peninsula Street because I live across the street,” he said. “So I know they are no longer there.”
He mentioned in a published report the store’s owner had closed the shop and is no longer in town.
In the same section of that published report, Clayton-Kastenholz recommended customers to Robinson’s Antique Clocks in Carrollton for future business,
A representative of that business was not immediately available for comment either.
“But no paperwork has not been filed with us to close the business at this point,” Bradshaw added.
Bradshaw said Williamsburg Clocks actually renewed their business license this year.
“So Jan. 1, they were apparently still in business,” he said. “But that does not mean that they are still operational.”
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