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Daniel Clements


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All questions about pre C1820 UK antique clocks. For the type of clock I can answer questions about, see if your clock is something like one on our website http://

Experience in the area

I run a large family UK antique clocks business


We offer a full in house money back guarantee that all our antiques are genuine


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All my life working in , restoring and selling genuine antique clocks from the 17th 18th and 19th centuries

Awards and Honors

My father was the clocks consultant up to 1984 of millers antiques price guide. I have appeared on tv and in national newspapers

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Many V.I.P clients from UK and overseas

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Recent Answers from Daniel Clements

2016-09-20 missing roman number on face:

Sorry but I have no idea of where you can buy spare numerals for a clock like this. Try but I doubt it sorry. Every 10 years or so the clock will need servicing cleaning and oiling. Have

2016-04-13 Thomas Fletcher Clock:

Your clock is a C1820 example. From the pictures and damage to dial it would require restoration. I would estimate a value for estate purposes to be around 6-800$ in its present condition from the poor

2015-07-15 Clock Identification:

The maker is working around C1795-1803. that is all that is listed about him. Slightly later than I would expect for this case, which would be C1770. It could be correct or it may have been changed when

2015-07-15 Fix the engine of old Junghans clock:

Clearly we could overhaul the movement if you brought it over to London next time you were in the country. You would not want to replace the movement. Does the clock have a case ? We charge out at 40

2015-07-12 Clock Identification:

The case is a London mahogany from C1770. Its second plinth is missing to the base but it looks a nice cabinet. The movement may not be original to case but I could not tell without seeing in the flesh


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