| Longcase Clock Restoration|
|Restoration can take many forms, quite minor re-securing of small areas of veneer and re-polishing, to major rebuild, where the clock has suffered serious damage or has been stored in an inappropriate environment.|
| Example of an early Victorian Swan Neck mahogany clock hood, with missing veneers expertly replaced ready for re-staining and French polishing.|
This is a typical example of a badly damaged clock hood, with most of the mouldings detached from the main cabinet.
Pieces of broken mouldings, awaiting restoration, all pieces needing to be cleaned and have all old glue removed prior to re assembly.
Finally, the finished clock, restored and
with its fully restored
dial, and repaired
and serviced movement,
ready to runanother hundred years.