Antique Clock Restoration and Longcase Clock Movement and Case Repair Specialists
Our Antique Clock Restoration service is of the highest standard. We are experts in the restoration of extremely damaged, fine antique longcase clocks, or as more widely known grandfather clocks, also undertaking restoration on fine antique works of art and furniture. We specialise in undertaking very fine restoration work for the antique art and Museum professions.
We have worked on private collections of very fine antique clocks and furniture in many fine stately homes and embassies.
We specialist in clock restoration and repair of movements and cases bringing them back to their original glory. Using materials, skills and techniques contemporary to the period of the piece, alongside our extensive knowledge and experience to achieve this.
If an antique item is extremely damaged, perhaps by fire or flood, it may seem impossible to repair. We assure you that with our experience, we can restore even the most damaged items, and our repairs are invisible to the discerning eye or expert collector.
Antique Clock Repairs
- Repair of Longcase clocks, Grandfather clocks, wall clocks, bracket clocks, all movement work, wheel cutting etc.
- Restoration of Vienna regulators, French mantle clocks and Fusee clocks.
- French movements and English dial clocks
- Clock dial and face painting
- Clock cases and Dutch marquetry Work
- Barometer repairs
After we have restored an antique clock it is guaranteed for a year.
Antique Furniture Restoration
- Water and oil gilding and lost wax casting, period interiors
- Metal work, japanning, brass work
- Cabinet making and carving
- De-warping, french polishing and stain removal
- Veneer work, marquetry, inlay work
- specialising in the restoration of pre 18th century furniture
We are approved Antiques Valuers for
- Inheritance Tax
- Fire and Flood replacement purposes
Malcolm Green is an antiques expert. He has been valuing and restoring antiques and fine art for over 45 years.
Malcolm has been a consultant for the BBC on the Antiques Restoration Roadshow and other antique orientated programmes. He has restored and valued many antique items for museums, embassies and stately homes.
A Broken and Newly Restored Walnut Period Clock
Here is a recent example of what we do here at Green and Cockburn Antique Restoration. This clock had an unfortunate tumble down the stairs leaving it in pieces. Once thought to be unrestorable, it has now been fully repaired in our workshops.
From Minor Repairs to Complete Restoration of Antiques
We pride ourselves in what we call 'invisible' repairs. This means that if we have restored an antique table, chair or a clock case, you should not be able to see where the repair has been carried out. Please browse through our other examples of antique clock repairs and antique furniture restoration projects. We think you will agree that our repair and conservation work is of the highest standard, and you can trust us to provide the best restoration service possible with your much beloved and cherished antiques.
According to TV's Antiques Restoration Roadshow: "Malcolm Green of green and Cockburn is a multi-talented antiques restorer and is the resident clocks expert on the show and other BBC programs. Malcolm is a fully affiliated member of BAFRA and has been asked to undertake restoration of some very important antique clocks and furniture for private individuals, private collections and stately homes. His knowledge of antiques and restoration has allowed him to work for insurance companies and solicitors using his valuing skills. Though mostly to be found in his workshop, he has also found time to teach and lecture at colleges and institutions."
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