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During the restoration process of both clocks and watches our technicians perform extensive work on the movements of each timepiece. Each movement is completely disassembled! We don't do partial work as many other so called clock and watch technicians do. A frequent question we get from customers is: Why can't you repair my clock or watch in my home? The answer to that is because in order to do a job properly every piece of a clock or watch has to be taken apart completely in order to properly inspect each gear separately. Clocks and watches that have been working for a number of years have congealed grease and oil on their pivots and at various other points. How can each pivot and the hole in which it sits be thoroughly cleaned without complete disassembly? Easy answer: It can't!!!
So the next time you get an estimate on a watch or clock repair that sounds too low, or when the technician claims they can perform the necessary work on your living room or kitchen table, beware!  


This project is a Junghans German made clock with Westminster chimes. Extensive work was performed on the movement including, ultrasonic cleaning, worn bearing replacement, polishing of pivots, oiling and timing. Needless to say this clock is now operating flawlessly!


Another restoration (pictured below) a Tiffany & Co. mantel clock with a hand carved wood case. This clock has all the features of a full sized grandfather clock. As you can see the movement was completely stripped apart. This clock was made with the highest quality materials and engineering know how of it's time and it deserves no less when it is being repaired.

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