Each restoration is unique in it’s own right.

We work closely with our clients to achieve their desired outcome.


The restoration of a watch is very different from a straight forward service. It requires an expert knowledge in traditional watchmaking skills, a keen eye for detail and a wide range of experience working on such projects. Our watchmakers have a wealth of experience tackling both vintage and modern restorations for our clients.

We work closely with each client to achieve their desired outcome from the project, all the way from keeping the watch as original as possible for sentimental or historical value; to making the watch like new for re-sale or continued use.

Because of the complexities involved in restoring a watch, we price each job individually. As a general start, most restorations will require a service, so pricing starts from there. (See Services & Prices)

Contact us now to discuss your restoration.

Rolex 1680 Restoration

Universal Genève Aero-Compax GMT

Rolex 'Big Red' Daytona