Archive for the ‘Antique London Longcase Clocks’ Category

It’s been a slow few weeks for getting completed restoration work back, due mostly to holiday commitments of the various specialist restorers I use and the big backlogs of work that all GOOD restorers seem to “suffer” from, but gradually things are getting back to normal and work is being completed – the criteria being […]


Good afternoon, It is that time of the week and day again where I update my blog with this weeks news in the Allan Smith Antique Clocks camp. A busy week with two more excellent clocks photographed and ready to be loaded on to the website – LCMAH 345 – William Gatford of Uxbridge. This […]


http://www.allansmithantiqueclocks.co.uk Restoration news… The Gatford of Uxbridge moon phase long case is now fully restored, tested and calibrated. It’s reasonably unusual in that it it has a high quality “London” mahogany case with two step base and simple break arch top plus brass insert trunk quarter columns. The movement is unusual, in that it apart […]