Antique longcase Clock Case Repairs and Movement Restoration Specialists
Specialists in 17th & 18th Century Furniture Restoration Techniques
Valuations Undertaken for Probate and Insurance Replacement Purposes
EST for 40 Years - Specialising in the Restoration and Valuation of Fine 17th and 18th Century Antique Long Case Clocks and Furniture To a Museum Competent Standard
Antique Clock Repairs, Movement & Case Restoration
Repairs and restoration of extremely damaged antique grandfather clocks and furniture requiring intensive restoration to a Museum competent standard.
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.
Below you can see a picture of a very fine English walnut long case clock circa 1680 which has fallen over and broken apart.
This clock as you can see needed intensive restoration. This work was undertaken using original glues and timbers contemporary to the period of manufacture. Below is the restored clock back in the clients house and no one will ever know it has been broken.
Very often these clocks come into our workshop in an extraordinary damaged condition often caused by fire or flood. Most clocks from the Georgian and Victorian period are worth restoring such as grandfather clocks, mantel clocks, Vienna regulators, and French movements and English dial clocks. After restoration clocks are guaranteed for a year.
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