Antique Clock and Furniture Restoration Specialists.

Grandfather clock oak hood restoration

This early 18th century oak long case clock hood came in for restoration without the rest of the clock as this was broken by a removal company.

Early 18th century oak grandfather clock hood broken

Round mouldings of this sort are very hard to reproduce partly because they were scratched with a blade to the profile - known as a scratch stock.

The blade is a right angled device like a set square with a slit in it that makes the profile. The timber is cut to the shape and then scratched. The replaced wood then has to be stained, coloured and aged to match the original old wood.

Below you can see the hood after the restoration job has been completed. The timber has been scratched to profile, coloured and aged accordingly.

Long case clock hood after restoration

Below you can see you a close-up of our finished hood repair work.

Hood moulding after restoration

After restoration clocks are guaranteed for a year.

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The British antique furniture restorers Association

We are accredited members of BAFRA, (British Antique Furniture Restorers Association).

Horologists, Conservators and Restoration Specialists To The Art, Antique And Museum Professions.

Conservation help and advice
We at Green & Cockburn are willing to help with any antique restoration project. Please contact us with your antique clocks and furniture restoration problems. Perhaps we can offer help and advice.

Historic Houses

We are Corporate members of the Historic Houses Association or HHA

Some of these fine antiques are looked after and housed in fine buildings supported by the Historic Houses Association.