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Grandfather Clock Dial Restorations   |   The Clocksmith   |   919-649-0120

Grandfather Tall Case Painted Dials

All clock dials deteriorate over time and have their own story. Most of them accumulate dirt and have aged varnish. Your dial may have experienced more distress and damage such as smoke, water, rust and pitting or just banged up. Improper applications previously used: acrylic paint, sharpie pens and non-traditional oil paint colors. We remove all these poorly added unprofessional/novice attempts to expose the original dial art.

This entire process is performed without damaging the integrity of the dial.

Our average turn around time is 5-6 weeks for total antique clock dial restoration (not including shipping). When we return ship the dial(s) we insure 100% of the dial value.

***Please call BEFORE shipping any dial(s) to us.

We do not repaint or restore paper dials.

Additional antique clock dials we have restored:

Blue Vines antique painted clock dial
Thomas Roberts Shipclock antique painted clock dial
Simon Willard Roxbury antique painted clock dial
T Johnson antique painted clock dial
Simon Willard antique painted clock dial
Roses antique painted clock dial
R Whiting antique painted clock dial
John Cameron antique painted clock dial
JT Hallum antique painted clock dial
J Eberman and Son antique painted clock dial
House with Gold antique painted clock dial
Couple with Sheep antique painted clock dial
Cornucopia antique painted clock dial
Bird restored antique painted clock dial
Scottish Tall Case 1830s antique painted clock dial

We are currently NOT accepting any mantel or wall clocks for repair. Grandfather clocks only (Mobile in home service for Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs and Fuquay-Varina only).

The Clocksmith

Bryan and Mandy Smith
4th Generation
1531 Bower Lane
Johns Island, SC 29455
919-649-0120
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Member of British Horological Institute and NAWCC since 1993

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