Movement: Normally this is dismantled so that nothing is overlooked. Wear and tear are eliminated; all parts are inspected and cleaned, reassembled, oiled and adjusted.
Case: Usually made of wood, dried out and discoloured in the course of the years. The glue has often become hard and dry, resulting in the construction being prone to fall apart and for fragments of veneer to become lost. Our furniture restorer ensures that the case is restored to its original condition. Missing parts are made and the whole is finished in the traditional way.
Dial: Painting, firing, enamelling, engraving, gilding or silvering, all skills we possess ourselves or know personally craftsmen of the highest quality who undertake it for us. In this way we can deal with the comprehensive restoration of any clock.
The work comes with a three-year guarantee, it has to be good.”