We are ready and waiting for your call whether you’re looking for advice or a Clock Service, Clock Repair or full restoration of a family heirloom, we would be pleased to hear from you today.
All of our work is fully guaranteed and the least we do on any Clock is a Service and overhaul.
This comprises of the following stages:
We offer a full Clock Restoration Service for every discipline of restoration work that may be required. This includes movements, dials, porcelain dials, and cases along with silvering gilding and hand engraving so whether it’s a complete re-painting of a painted long case dial is necessary, or the sympathetic restoration of existing work, this sits perfectly within our expert capabilities.
We carry all work out in-house with our highly skilled and fully trained specialist team in antiquarian Horology, whilst understanding the original style and appearance of your clock we make sure the period integrity of your clock is preserved by only using traditional period materials and techniques, thus ensuring it is accurately restored to its former original glory.
Once instructed we will make an appointment to come out and collect your clock from your address.
When your Clock arrives at the workshop, we will inspect the Clock fully and then provide you with a detailed condition report along with a fixed price costing for the required work on your Clock, including an estimated timescale for the completion of the work.
This is a free service and without obligation. If you do not wish to proceed we will return the Clock to you with no charges.
If you wish to proceed at this point, we will ask for 50% of the cost on instruction and the remaining balance when the work on your Clock has been completed.
We then make an appointment to deliver and set up your clock, on delivery we also explain and advise the best way to operate and care for you clock going forward, along with a printed copy of operation and care instructions for your clock.
Turnaround times vary on Clock Service and Clock Repair work but typically takes around 6-8 weeks.
Here at The Clock Repair Shop, we specialise in most mechanical Antique Clocks. We also repair and service quality modern mechanical Clocks such as:
We will replace glass or carry out a minor repair, dial restoration, silvering or gilding if required but this is only if we are servicing or overhauling your clock at the same time.
We are sorry, but we do not do:
We would also be unable to supply parts only.
We service, repair, and restore the following Brand of Clock. Please feel free to contact us by making an inquiry if we do not list your specific type of Clock and we may be able to assist with your requirements.
We service, repair, and restore the following Types of Clock. Please feel free to contact us by making an inquiry if we do not list your specific type of Clock and we may be able to assist with your requirements.
Simply provide all of the information on the below contact form to submit an Inquiry. We’ll aim to respond within 48 hours.
We’ve curated a list of all of the historic and current Clock Makers in Yorkshire. Use this to help you identify the provenance of your beloved Clock. Please contact us if you have any questions relating to this list and we will be sure to assist you.
Allott, John of Bradford, Yorkshire
Ask, William of Wakefield, Yorkshire
Baldwin, William of Keighley, Yorkshire
Barringer, Laurens of Hull, Yorkshire
Barrow, William of Bradford, Yorkshire
Batty, John of Halifax, Yorkshire
Beamont, Edmund Wegg of Hull, Yorkshire
Brener, William of Yeadon, Yorkshire
Bright & Sons of Scarborough, Yorkshire
Brookhouse, John & Sarah of Sheffield,Yorkshire
Brooksbank, William of Bradford, Yorkshire
Brunner, Englebert of Hull, Yorkshire
Bucktrout, Richard of Wakefield, Yorkshire
Burrell, A.G. & Co. Ltd. of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Burrell, Benjamin of North Frodlingham, East Yorkshire
Burrell, George of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Burrell, John of Beverley, Yorkshire
Caplan, Solomon of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Clarkson, Thomas of Beverly, Yorkshire
Coulten (Coulton?), John of York, Yorkshire
Curtis Robert of Hull, Yorkshire
Dawson, John W. of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Day, John of Wakefield, Yorkshire
Daykin, Jonathan of Skipton and Grassington, Yorkshire
Dixon, William of Pickering, Yorkshire
Drescher or Dreschler, John of Hull, Headon and Hutton, Yorkshire
Drescher, N.B of Hull, Yorkshire
Driver, Henry of Keighley, Yorkshire
Dyson, John & Sons of Leeds, Yorkshire
Eaton, John & Son of Sheffield and Rotherham, Yorkshire
Farrer, John of Pontefract, Yorkshire
Friedley, Emil(e) of Bradford, Yorkshire
Gaunt, Benjamin of Barnsley
Goodall, George of Micklefield, Tadcaster & Aberford, Yorkshire
Goodchild of Bradford Yorkshire
Halliwell, Thomas of Dewsbury, Yorkshire
Harral, Benjamin of Barnsley, Yorkshire
Hepton, William of Northallerton, Yorkshire
Heselton, George of Bridlington, Yorkshire
Hesleton, James Cape of Beverley and Bridlington, Yorkshire
Holdsworth, Jonas of Halifax, Yorkshire
Holdsworth, William of Bingley, Yorkshire
Hunter, John of Bridlington, Yorkshire
Husband, Thomas of Hull, Yorkshire
Hutchinson, Anthony of Leeds, Yorkshire
Jacobs, Israel of Hull and Scarborough, Yorkshire
Kidd family of Malton, Yorkshire
King, George of Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire
Lawson, Samuel of Keighley, Yorkshire
Lawson, Stephen of Keighley, Yorkshire
Lawson, William of Millwood and Todmorden, Yorkshire
Lowly or Lowley or Lowry, Miles of Aberford, Yorkshire
Lowson, Robert of Tamworth, Staffordshire and Bridlington, Yorkshire
Mackrill & Lait of Hull, Yorkshire
Metcalf, Mark of Askrigg, Yorkshire
Moore, Francis of Ferrybridge, Yorkshire
Mortimer, John of Ripon, Yorkshire
Mosley, John of Penistone, Yorkshire
Murray, Robert of Bellignham and Richmond, Yorkshire
Northgraves, Denton of Hull, Yorkshire
Pattinson, John of Halifax, Yorkshire.
Perkin, John of Altofts, Wakefield, Yorkshire
Place, Thomas of Bedale, North Yorkshire
Potts, William (and Sons) of Leeds, Yorkshire
Preston, Henry of York, Yorkshire
Pridgin, William of Hull, Yorkshire
Ramsbottom, John of Hall Green, Wakefield, Yorkshire
Ransom, Herbert of Hull, Yorkshire
Revill, William of Tickhill, Yorkshire
Reynoldson, Thomas of Hull, East Riding, Yorkshire
Richardson, John of Bubwith and Howden, Yorkshire
Richmond of York, Yorkshire
Roberts Family of Otley, Yorkshire
Robinson, John of Dewsbury, Yorkshire
Sambrooks Ltd of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Sanders, J. of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Sawdon, William of Whitby, Yorkshire
Sawyer, John of Leeds.Yorkshire
Scholfield, James of Barnsley, Yorkshire
Sheffield Goldsmiths Co. Ltd. of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Sherwood family of Yarm, Yorkshire
Skelton, Robert of Malton, Yorkshire
Smallpage, James of Leeds, Yorkshire
Smith, John of Keighley, Yorkshire
Smith, John of Thirsk, Yorkshire
Snidall, James of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Snow, Richard R. of Ripon, Yorkshire
South, Henry of Rotherham, Yorkshire
Sykes, William Henry of Heckmondwike, Yorkshire
Taylor, Joseph of Pontefract, Yorkshire
Taylor, Thomas Lee of Pontefract, Yorkshire
Taylor, Thomas of Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire
Tritschler, Andrew of Scarborough, Yorkshire
Waggitt Family of Clockmakers of Yorkshire and Northumberland
Warey, D G of Kirkburton, Yorkshire
Webster, Robert of Whitby, Yorkshire
Wells, Neddy (Edward) of Shepley, Yorkshire
Whitaker, William of Halifax, Yorkshire
Wichman, William of Sheffield, Yorkshire
Wilde, Michael of Wakefield, Yorkshire
William Shreeve of Halifax, Yorkshire
William Shreeve of Halifax
Windel, C. of Bradford, Yorkshire
Womersley, George of Huddersfield, Yorkshire
Wood, William of Stanningley, Yorkshire
Woodmansey, Henry and Alfred K.of Doncaster, Yorkshire
Yewdall, Albert of Leeds, Yorkshire
We look forward to receiving your inquiry, whether it is to restore your beloved clock or routine servicing.
Whether you are looking for advice or a clock service, clock repair or full restoration of a family heirloom, we would be pleased to hear from you today.