Watches

We repair and restore antique time pieces using techniques and tools passed down through the generations. 

Bring in your own for repair or pick from our selection.

More can be found on our Etsy Store.

Steampunk Watches


Time Period:

1837 - 1855


A variety of mid-19th Century watches have been fully restored to working order, using time period accurate parts and techniques.


Each watch comes in a polyacrylic case to show off the intricate engravings and various moving parts that would otherwise go unseen.


Steampunk refers to the use of mechanical machines and steam-powered technology intertwined with Victorian-era fashion. 

Do you have a watch that needs repair?


Would you like to purchase a watch from us?


Send us a message or stop by our shop.

American Waltham Watch Company


​Time Period:

1883 - 1907


Each watch has been fully restored to working order, using time period accurate techniques and parts.


If you would like to see a watch in person, stop by our shop in Glen Allen.


For more information and pictures, send us a message.

Elgin National Watch Company


Time Period:

1908 - 1913


We believe the most beautiful part of the pocket watch to be its' inner workings.


So for these three Elgin's we have turned over the movement in order to show the intricate engravings that would otherwise go unseen.


To tell the time, simply remove the back of the case to reveal the watch face. 


If you would like to see a watch in person, stop by our shop in Glen Allen.

​For more information and pictures, send us a message.