It’s no exaggeration to say George De-Fossard’s unique Solar time clock is probably one of the most exiting clocks made this century! The clock features a unique complication that allows the adjustment of longitude and latitude. The attention to detail is breathtaking as every one of the over 750 hand-made components have a superb finish. This mechanical masterpiece is all contained within the exquisitely hand crafted case by Cornelia De-Fossard. Yes it’s a pice of art.
Seiko’s first swim-friendly watches were Cronos Seahorse in 1960. In 1962 the Cronos replaced seahorse with water 50 proof. This watch is in good condition, but can do with a service. Continue reading
This lovely Seamster is running but the hour and minute hands are not moving. This is due to the cannon pinion being loose. Other than being very dirty, this watch looks very good! Continue reading
A client has sent in his Junghans power reserve watch. It looks to be in pretty good condition, but it’s not running. Parts for this watch will be close to impossible to source, so I hope it goes well! Continue reading
A client sent in his Doxa for a little TLC. It’s not keeping very good time and the quick set is not working. Continue reading
This Alpina is a true survivor. Most of these cases were melted as scrap gold, but this one has survived and is in amazing condition. It’s not keeping very good time and can do with a service. Continue reading
This lovely pre-turtle back DS needs a service. The case back is screwed on super tight! Continue reading