Antique Clock Repair and Clock Restoration

Fellow of the British Horological Institute

We concentrate on providing a full restoration service for antique clocks.


We have the expertise and the experience to repair nearly every possible kind of domestic antique clock, from carriage clocks to the largest longcase clocks, from simple thirty hours to complex musical clocks or carriage clocks.


We are used to restoring missing parts (moon-drives, calendars, hands etc…), having restored many thousands of antique clocks over the years.


We undertake furniture and clock case restoration, according to the work required.


We have a flexible attitude to antique clock restoration standards. Some customers are truly looking for “restoration” in the traditional sense of the word, and expect clocks to gleam as though they were made last week. Others may seek a far more sensitive approach.


We care for customers’ clocks. Each is fully insured and kept in exceptionally secure premises.


We always welcome visitors to our main clock workshops in Stamford, Lincolnshire.


Stamford is a small and very pretty market town exactly half way between London and Harrogate on the A1.


The town defies superlatives in term of appearance and historical interest; It was the first ever listed Conservation Area in England, and is a thriving, bustling Georgian market town. We work in the former town gaol, built in the 1580s.


We are open Monday to Friday, 9.00 to 5.00 excepting bank holidays. Saturdays 10.00 to 4.00.


Alternatively, we are happy to visit clocks in the home or office, either around Stamford or in central and north London.


Robert Loomes Clock Restoration,
4, St Mary’s Hill,
Stamford PE9 2DP tel 01780 481319


We also work from the Goldsmiths’ Centre,

42 Briton Street, London EC1M 5HY


Below is a quick snapshot of our Stamford workshops. Unpreposessing from the outside, it houses four floors of horological expertise.