Bulova was established in 1875 by Joseph Bulova in Manhattan in New York City. The brand first opened as a jewelry store offering wristwatches. Bulova produced the first-ever electric clock in 1931 and the first television commercial in 1941. Today Bulova watches are a symbol for class and style. Th... Read Moree brand also carries jewelry, picture frames, and clocks for the home and office. Bulova clocks include wall clocks, mantel clocks, travel clocks, desk clocks, carriage clocks, and pendulum clocks. The Bulova Windswept II Mantel Clock is made of crystal with a mahogany-stained wood base and brass accents. The clock resembles a blue ocean wave and features an engraving plate. Bulova clocks come from a variety of collections including the Madeline, Hayworth, Manchester, Knollwood, and Sedona collections. The Bulova Walnut Manchester Wall Clock, made of solid wood with a walnut finish, chimes every quarter hour. The clock runs on batteries and shuts off at night.