Clocks, like everything else, eventually begin to show signs of ageing. Sometimes, a straightforward repair is all that is needed. However, in many instances some degree of restoration is necessary to bring a valued item back to its previous good condition and make sure that it works well and looks good for many years to come.
The basis of good restoration is to work sympathetically so that the integrity and quality of the original are retained and this is the approach we use at the Clockmaker. New parts are only used where absolutely necessary, every effort being made to retain as much of the original as possible.
In conclusion, restoration work badly carried out can drastically reduce the value of your clock sometimes doing damage which is irreversible. At the Clockmaker, we have the ability and the experience to ensure that your spending is rewarded with added value and the certainty of continued enjoyment of your special possession.