Monthly Archives: July 2018
A client has sent in this Ebel chronograph. It’s not running and someone has cleaned the dial without applying varnish.
At one point in the 1930’s Cyma decided to upscale in the quality of their movements. They used an in-house shock protection system called the Cyma-Flex and most were beautifully decorated. This watch is in dirty, but good condition and … Continue reading
A client has sent a watch that belonged to his father-in-law. Economically it makes no sense to repair, but sentimentally it’s worth more than a Rolex. It’s not running as the balance staff is broken and the case has been … Continue reading