Contact Green & Cockburn Antique Restoration and Valuation.
By selecting us you can be assured of the best possible service and attention for your restoration or valuation project which will be treated in a wholly sympathetic and informed manner. Full attention is paid to the importance of conservation and you will be advised as to how such work can be executed and how conservation blends with the restoration required to make your damaged item both usable and beautiful with no loss of integrity. Casework and movement work is conducted to the original makers specifications using materials contemporary to the period.
We operate on an appointment basis so if you wish to contact us please phone our weston telephone number on (01462) 790646 or email email@example.com and we will do our best to advise you as to which of our workshops to call at.
Below you can see a map to find our Weston workshop, but please phone first to make an appointment.
We have an excellent traditional skill base that encompasses skills that are disappearing fast, therefore the antique clocks and furniture and works of art that we receive into our workshop for restoration have to be of a certain nature.
We are a group of restorers and valuers of antiques and fine art based on the Hertfordshire Bedfordshire and Cambridge border with workshops in Weston and Letchworth Herts specialising in the restoration and valuation of fine antique clocks and fine furniture, based in North Herts serving North London, all Hertfordshire, Essex and Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, and Cambridgeshire village areas.
We specialise in the restoration and valuation of extremely damaged and valuable antique items, our skills are such that objets d'art, very fine Antique clocks works of art, gilding and picture restoration, furniture and ivory carvings are sent to us from all over the world.
Movement and case restoration and repair work.
We can help you by restoring your fine and valuable antique clock
work of art or fine antique item of furniture. We specialise in
antique clock movements and cases by using techniques and tools as
were originally used.which will obviously enhance the value
Our emphasis on using original materials in this modern age is somewhat unusual as a lot of restorers have found it beneficial to use modern materials which sometimes unfortunately can react with older traditional organic base substances but maybe quicker.
Our museum standard of restoration is called upon by clock collectors
who are discerning in the restoration process, we often receive
inquiries from prospective clients who have seen a clock at an auction
or at an antique shop who ring us regarding the authenticity of the
item they wish to buy.
It is quite common to receive a movement for restoration that is extremely rusty, perhaps it has been sitting in a shed or garage for many years. This movement will be inspected, any worn parts will be replaced, the broken wheels will be remade, any worn pivots or pinions will be replaced, the movement will then be cleaned and reassembled to the original standard.
To contact Green and Cockburn on …
Tel : 01462 790646 or E-mail :firstname.lastname@example.org