After years of service the old oil and dust in clocks dries into a paste. This grime grinds away the clock wheel pivots and gears which can cause severe damage to the pivot holes, pivots and gear teeth.

Restoring your antique clock saves it from wearing out prematurely, adds value and can fix old problems. It also prepares it for the next 10 years of good service.


– Complete “strip down” overhaul
– Chemical cleaning and re-oiling
– Standard bushing work (worn holes)
– Regrinding of pallets and wheel pivots
– New hammer leather for a softer striking sound if needed
– New gut line for longcase clocks
– Advice on case/dial restoration
– 1 year guarantee



Price Guide:

Most clocks will fall into these catagories: NO VAT TO PAY!

Mantelpiece clock 1 winding hole
Wall clock 1 winding hole
Carriage clock 1 winding hole                    £160-180

English Fusee 1 winding hole                     £180-200

Striking clock 2 winding holes                   £250-300

Carriage clock 2 winding holes                  £320-350

Vienna Regulator 2 winding holes            £320-350

Longcase clock 30 hour or 8 day
Includes home setup                                    £400

English Bracket clock
2 winding holes, English fusee type          £550

400 Day clock                                                £200

Excessive wear, missing parts that need complete replacement, or severely neglected clocks can cost more.