Clock Restorations



Victorian Twin Fusee Lantern Clock  
Photographed before overhaul.

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Twin Fusee Bracket Clock 
Case, dial and movement fully restored


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Joseph Kent of Ratcliff London 
12 bell musical clock
All parts of this clock were polished by hand 

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William Goodwin of Stow 
Single handed 30 hour birdcage  movement

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Victorian Twin Fusee Lantern Clock  
Photographed after overhaul.

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John Davidson 
Automatic Memorandum Clocks
Photographed after full restoration of 
movements and case work 

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Carriage Clock Time Piece 
Fully overhauled with the case 
polished and lacquered

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William Strutt Designed Epicyclic Clock 

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This skeleton clock is unusual in that it has an epicyclic train. The clock is approximately 9" tall and was probably built in the late 1900's or early 20th century. The dial is  cut, by a hand held piercing saw, from a solid sheet of brass and the numerals painstakingly hand filed to shape.

The design dates back to the 1830's and was created by William Strutt. He was awarded a gold medal in international competition for hand made clocks at the NAWCC Craft Contest. 


In 2009 we fully restored the movement and supplied a hand blown glass dome and matching base.


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