Antique Clock Movement Restoration, Long Case Clock and Grandfather Clock Conservation and Repair Specialists.
We have been restoring antique clocks for over 45 years, and are proud members of BAFRA and the Antiquarian Horological society. Our restoration work includes clock movement, casework and dial restoration, as well as gilding restoration and carving, etc. All restoration is undertaken in our workshops by qualified experts as we do not outsource our work.
We take pride in our restoration of antique clocks using the same historical techniques and tools appropriate for the period. Our antique clock movement and casework is highly regarded by experts in the field, and we are frequently requested by museums, embassies and societies to undertake the restoration or sympathetic conservation of fine clock cases and movements.
Clock Restoration and Repair Services including:
- Grandfather clocks and long case clocks
- Wall clocks, small carriage clocks, turret clocks, mantel clocks and regulators
- Clock movement repair and overhaul, wheel cutting, French movements, Fusee clocks
- Dial and Face painting and overhaul
- Clock case restoration, Dutch Marquetry
Antique Instrument Renovation and Repair Services including:
- Scientific instruments
- Music boxes
Below you can see a very fine dial from a Bracket Clock by George Clark of London.
And on the right a fine English fusee wall clock after restoration.
This fine dial has as you can see some very fine spandrels nicely gilded and pounced centres to the dials.
This dial required the spandrels gilding and name plates re-silvering
also some of the engraving in relation to George Clark London had been worn away so this had to be re-engraved.
Examples of Before and After Clock Movement Restoration Projects
We frequently receive movements for restoration that are in a rusty and distressed state, perhaps from sitting in storage or a shed for many years. The movement will be thoroughly inspected, all worn parts replaced, and the broken wheels remade. Worn pivots or pinions will be also be replaced, and then the movement can be properly cleaned and reassembled to its original standard. An example of a typical clock restoration project can be seen below.
In the first image, you can see an tired and rusty fusee movement. The second image shows the movement after our restoration, now clean and working as it should.
Below, you can see an extraordinarily worn and tired French movement, clogged with years of dirt.
After restoration the movement has been professionally cleaned beyond recognition and works perfectly.
We undo previous clock repair and restoration faults
Please contact us regarding any clock restoration
project you might have. We would be quite pleased to receive
photographs of your damaged clock. Contact Green and Cockburn on …
Tel : 01462 790646 or E-mail : email@example.com