We will assess your timepiece on your behalf


Steven Hale will examine your watch, and then give you a thorough report as to its condition and value

You may have a watch at home that was a gift from a relative or friend; perhaps it has been handed down to you through your relations – but whatever its history, you could be richly rewarded by having it valued by us. We will thoroughly examine it, assess its authenticity as a genuine model, report on its current condition, and tell you what kind of price it could expect to raise.

We will also advise you on any servicing, repairs or restoration that would further enhance its value. Fully informed of the facts, you will then be able to decide what steps you wish to take next.  

Please call 0207 495 3439 for an appointment or email us on enquiries@watchrestoration.co.uk with the following information:
Model , Age, Condition, History, Any other relevant information. Please include photographs of the timepiece from the front, side and back.

What our customers had to say

"My wife brought the watch back today and It's really fantastic to see it working like new and looking like new. I really appreciate that you didn't polish the housing too much and it  has a real feel of authenticity about it with the combination of refurbished internals and original casing.  I'm really delighted with the result, it's great to have something from nearly 100 years ago to hold and describe for the next generation"


What our customers had to say

Just to say how pleased I am to have my watch back and that it is keeping perfect time for the first time since I bought it some 68 years ago.  My congratulations to the team who have given it the ability to keep working accurately for more years. Thank you all.

Brian Hugo

What our customers had to say

Watch arrived safely this morning thank you and it looks stunning just have to have it adjusted strap wise. Thank you for your wonderful service i shall certainly use you guys again and reccomend you.

Anthony Haire

What our customers had to say

I collected the watch on 11 August, as you know.  It is a pleasure to have it back in full working order and looking as good as new.  How it came to be so damaged, I do not know.  The crystal and dial are fresh and clean in striking contrast to their previous condition.  The watch was my grandfather’s silver wedding anniversary present to my grandmother.  It was with her when she and my grandfather were deported from Guernsey to Germany in 1943 and returned with her to Guernsey in 1945.  The watch will pass to my granddaughter in a few years’ time.Please pass my thanks and appreciation for his work to the watchmaker.

Peter Boon