Tick Tock Time since 1974

Rand Show Grandfather Clocks

Rand Show Grandfather Clocks

Tick Tock time, also known as Holtzhausen Clocks, has been a stalwart stand at the Rand Easter Show since the early 70’s.  For a full range of our grandfather, wall and mantelpiece clocks see our website www.holtzhausen.com where you will also find a selection of music boxes and cuckoo clocks.

Rand Show Grandfather Clocks

Rand Show Grandfather Clocks

While we will not be exhibiting physically at the Rand Easter Show this year, we are still waiting to surprise and honour you with our selection of fully mechanical grandfather, wall and mantelpiece clocks.

On special in March 2014 this year, rather than being one of the Rand Show Grandfather Clocks, we have in our showroom a top of the range 9 Tubular Bell grandfather clock on special.  While this clock normally sells for R120,000, because this clock is showroom stock we are selling it at R95,000 for the period of March 2014. It’s a Rand Show Grandfather Clocks special, for all those customers who have visited us there year in and year out, and who would like to follow up on their long standing wish to own a Grandfather Clock bought from Tick Tock Time.

Tick Tock Time was started in 1974 by Adv.Nic Holtzhausen, and after his death in 1978 his wife, Cornelia, continued with the business.   Each year at Easter, Corrie with her son Herman, and later when she remarried Johan Viviers, were seen at the Rand Show exhibiting grandfather clocks made from the finest African wood types. When Herman took over the family business in 1998 he expanded it nationally and renamed the business Holtzhausen Clocks.  The national footprint that he established took the business away from being the Rand Show Grandfather clocks business, to it becoming the household name associated with grandfather clocks all over the country.