Every clock that comes across our bench is regarded as an important piece of history. You may think that your clock is only important to you, but we see its irreplaceable value as well. It may only be your grandmother's kitchen clock, but we envision those who wound it, cared for it, trusted it, and then passed it on to the next generation.
Clocks were once considered the first worldly possession to be rescued from a burning building or a sinking ship. People treasured their clocks and watches not only because of their value and beauty, but also because they were integral to their daily lives. Honoring those timepieces and restoring them to their intended purpose is, in a way, honoring those who invested in them and regulated a part of their lives with them.
That is why we treat every clock as a one-of-a-kind treasure. Not only do we want our customers to be satisfied with our labor, but we hope that those whose have gone on before us will be honored as well.