Antique Clock Repair & Clock Restoration
Antique clock repairers and clock restorers,
Watch repair, servicing and watch restoration.
Antique clock restoration and clock repair is guaranteed for twelve months.
We offer a personal, qualified, experienced and secure, award-winning repair service.
Watch repairs are guaranteed for twelve months. We also manufacture mechanical watches in our Stamford workshops, so we know what we are about.
We have a full-time staff of three clock repairers, two watch repairers
and two painted dial restorers, with a combined experience of well over 200 years.
Details on the Staff page.
ROBERT LOOMES is a professional Member of the British Horological Institute
(no. 16510) and the British Watch and Clockmakers Guild.
He writes the "Diary of a clock repairer" for Clocks Magazine.
Robert is a Liveryman of the Clockmakers Company and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
(Rutland, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and East Cambridgeshire)
4 St Marys Hill . Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2DP
(Open Mon-Fri 9.00 - 5.00, Sat 10.00-4.00)
NORTH LONDON 0207 4772224
A J Bretts (antique furniture restorers and upholsterers)
168c Marlborough Road N19 4NP
We will cheerfully visit customers to collect and deliver clock repair work in North London, West London and Central London.
(South of the Thames we recommend Anthony Gray, MBHI, FRSA
an excellent clockmaker based in Kent but who also works in London. Nottinghamshire customers we reccommend to Martyn Heath of Wollaton Clock Services)
last checked December 11th 2013.
House Visits for Clock Repair Our address is:
We can help with moving and setting up your longcase clock. We travel up and down the A1M between Stamford and Central London each week.
Around Stamford, we collect and deliver clock repair across Peterborough, Bourne, Grantham, Rutland including Oakham and Uppingham. We cover North East Cambridgeshire including Cambridge, Huntingdon, St Neots, St Ives and Huntingdon. South Nottinghamshire, including Nottingham and Melton Mowbray.
In London we can collect and deliver clock repairs through Golders Green, Cricklewood, Kilburn, Swiss Cottage, Chalk Farm, Kentish Town, Finchley, Highbury, Hampstead and Highgate, Gospel Oak, Dartmouth Park, Archway, Holloway, Hampstead Garden, West Hampstead, St John's Wood, Maida Vale, Primrose Hill, Regents Park, Lisson Grove, Camden, Islington, Westminster, City, etc...
Stamford is a stunning market town, the half way point between London and Harrogate; our clock repair workshops there take up four floors of the former gaoler's house, built in 1558.
Our Archway colleagues are open for collection and delivery for clock repair and restoration between Mon-Fri. Clocks are normally taken back to Stamford for any work required.
We can help with care of antique longcase clocks (or grandfather clocks), bracket clocks, carriage clocks, striking and repeating carriage clocks, French mantle clocks, single, double and tripple fusee clocks, and of course, lantern clocks.
LONGCASE CLOCK FORUM
The British Horological Institute have hosted their first ever forum for longcase clock collectors and restorers. Robert chaired the event; speakers include: George Hadfield (dealer in antique clocks for forty years), John Robey, (noted author and publisher on clocks), Peter Grimwood, (clock restorer and author on moon and calendar work), Matthew Read, (clock restorer, conservator and horology tutor at West Dean College) and Gerald Langley, (noted clock case restorer). It took place on July 1st 2009 at Upton Hall. Tel 01636 813 795
"Time and Place" An exhibition by the Antiquarian Horological Society at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, ran from 25th November 2006 to 15th April 2007. Covers English Country (not London) Clocks 1600-1840. It was pleasing to note that 5 of the 68 clocks chosen for this pivotal exhibition had been through our workshops!
"BHI 150th". 2008 was the Horological Institute's 150th year and the Institute threw a huge show. We exhibited there again and were pleased to see many of our customers and to see the lectures, auctions, unveiling of the three pendulum Project 150 clock, the BHI tourbillon watch goes on sale, stonking raffle with prizes from Rolex, Mont Blanc and others... since then we have exhibited every year.
There will be another big show next summer, 2013, at the BHI we will be exhibiting clock repair and dial restoration, so we hope you will join us!
"SalonQP 2012" will be at the Saatchi Gallery, The old Duke of York's Barracks on the Kings Road in London. We shall be exhibiting alongside the world's finest watchmakers. Do come and say hello.
Robert Loomes Stamford Ltd
4 St Mary's Hill
Lincolnshire PE9 2DP
Telephone: 01780 481319
Please send us a message by filling in the form below.
Originally built in 1558 and given a new facade in 1849 when the adjoining town bridge was re-built, our shop is a typical example of Ketton limestone and Collyweston stone roof construction. 2012 saw both the Queen and the Olympic Torch whiz by.
We are on the same side of the road
(the old "Great North Road") and just over the bridge from one of Englands great coaching inns: The George Hotel which dates back around a thousand years. It's comfortable rooms and restaurants are soothed by a number of fine antique clocks.
Parking is available on Bath Row. Please note carefully where you park: some spaces are free, some are charged. There is, just, space to get a vehicle to our back door for deliveries/ collection. The postcode to our back door is PE9 2HG.
We have a positively EVIL parking attendent who polices the land behind our shop. The parking is controlled by County Parking Enforcement. Please ensure you display your details and time of arrival clearly in the windscreen. We cannot be held responsible for any parking disputes.
Robert Loomes Stamford Ltd,
registered address at
4 Saint Mary's Hill, Stamford,
Lincolnshire PE9 2DP
Registered in England and Wales, company number 7627899