Complete Inspection

We begin the process by inspecting the entire clock from top to bottom. We begin by inspecting the three major components, the case, the movement, and the dial. We list all components that need repair and complete a full written estimate of the work needed. We then contact you to discuss your options, the quote and the timeframe to finish your clock.

Mechanical Restoration

All mechanical work is done in our workshop, including making of any mechanical parts, along with repair and restoration of weights and pendulums. We have experience repairing and restoring all types of mechanical antique clocks. From single weight time only movements to complicated musical movements, we have the experience and ability to get your treasured timepiece back to its original magnificence.

Complete Restoration

A clocks great beauty is, in part at least, due to the number of different crafts and trades that are involved in its construction. We work with a number of experts and specialists, including an antiquarian cabinetmaker, master dial painter, an art conservationist and a number of other skilled artisans, craftspeople, artists and tradespeople whom we have the privilege to work with in restoring these beautiful relics of time.

Our Philosophy

We repair and restore antique mechanical clocks from the 18th to early 20th centuries. Originality is always a consideration when taking on any restoration. Great care is taken with each project to ensure the proper course is followed for that specific object. Our standard for restoration is defined by the British Horological Institute, which may be taken to imply the painstaking and sympathetic restoration, which may be taken to imply the painstaking and sympathetic correction of all mechanical faults and wear, observing wherever possible the craft traditions employed in its original construction.