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   I have listed this page to show some clocks of high distinction that I have restored

A Henry Smith Longcase clock

An very unusual Moon ball Longcase clock by Henry Smith Sunderland

A Simon De Charmes Longcase Clock

An early 18th Century pull repeating Longcase clock by Simon De Charmes London

A Windmills Longcase Clock

A Restored c1715 Windmills London longcase clock with a Month winding duration and Calendar in Arch

A Willim Carter Longcase clock

A mid 18th Century Longcase clock by William Carter Chertsey with Adam and Eve Automation

A James Kenyon Longcase clock

A Restored Longcase clock by James Kenyon c 1750 The clock has 7 Roman Gods painted within a triangular arch representing the days in a week

A four train bracket clock

An impressive four train musical clock by Richard Webster London circa 1800 the back plate is signed " Rd Webster, Exchange Alley London " Circa 1790

The John Hubert clock dial

A London long case clock by John Hubert circa 1690 this clock has a Month wind duration. It has its striking rack assembly mounted on the back plate as shown,

A two train skeleton clock

A customer arrived with this clock for restoration. When asked for the rest of it we were told "this is all there is". Just two main plates and dial, three posts and two fusee stop irons. All the internal workings both strike and going, bell , gong, porch, steps, base, dome, pendulum, hands, etc all had to be made .A  guess for the cost of making and replacing the missing parts was agreed. He also insisted on having a dead beat escapement with maintaining  power.

Benjamin Gray bracket clock

A Single Train Verge pull repeat Bracket clock by Benjamin Gray London

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