#1 Seiko gents quarts watch#1 This Seiko gents watch had a cell replaced but the O ring / Seal was not as a result damp / water has seeped into the movement and the coil that can be seen on the bench had to be replaced after cleaning the watch and checking that the circut was still working we are now going to rebuild reseal and pressure test the watch
# 1Fabulous. Oris. Automatic SW200-1Skeleton Oris full service this watch was a delight to work on the forward thinking of the design made the service. A total enjoyment .The Osalater and the blued steel screws along with the engraved bridges was easy on the eyes .
The timekeeping was excellent .top marks on this very collectable watch
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,#3 finished Erhard Junghans 1920 quarter chimeing clockHere we have fitted the dail / face back unto this clock and now it will be tested and returned .
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#2. Erhard Junghans chime clock rebuild .In this video I have just fitted the movement back into the case. It's still long way of as I will tidy up the tapered pins for the cams ect. .
#3 video will let you see the clock finished. Thank you so much for watching. Jon
#1 Erhard. Junghans free standing chime clockIn the video the clock has been taken apart to Rebush /service and restore case .
Junghans had a clock making Factory/ Fabrick in German circa. 1861
Well made clocks heavy plates
#6 1st world war German cylinder pocket watch rebuilt#6 Here in the last video is the end product. Hope you like it please subscribe thank you so much
#5. Cylinder pocket watchNew matching hour hand
#4. 1st world war pocket watch#4 Rebuild cylinder pocket watch
#3 German cylinder pocket watch. Rebuild
# 2. German cylinder pocket watch rebuild#2 German cylinder escapment watch rebuild
#1. 1st. World war cylinder pocket watch
#2 FHF/ ST. 96. Movement. Just a little Evy glass viewIn this video it's just a view looking through my eye glass please like and suscribe if you like thank you for watching
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I recently asked Jon to repair and service a grandfather clock made by my great grandfather in 1885 in Helston Cornwall. He has done a superb job and the clock is now running faultlessly and the face and hands have been cleaned and look brand new. We are delighted to hear the hourly chimes and the timeless tic toc. It is keeping perfect time after the complete rebuild. I would highly recommend the workmanship of Jon in Orchard Clocks.
Just Had a Clock restored by Jon. The quality of the work was superb.We were extremely happy and received update
photos as the restoration was progressing.Kind Regards.
Can I please mention your work and service over these past weeks and thank you for a really professional job on both my wife's watch and our house clock. I would have no hesitation in recommending you to others and would be very happy to do so always.
T Hayes - Richhill
John completely refurbished my clock and I was very happy with the results , I was kept up to date step by step by John as he worked at my clock with reassurances and progress reports. He is now working his magic on two more clocks for me. I can't recommend him highly enough.
Very professional service in repairing our old clock, John goes the extra mile to ensure the clock is properly set up. Clock hasn't missed a beat since repair, you would think it was a quartz instead of a 100 year old movement.
I am delighted with the expert way in which Jon has restored my grandmother's Victorian (c1900) slate and marble mantle clock. I can never remember it going but Jon painstakingly took every piece of it apart and cleaned everything thoroughly, repaired what was broken, and polished and renewed the external case and decoration. It now has pride of place on our mantelpiece and keeps perfect time. I commend Jon for his meticulous work and thank him for his pleasant and efficient service.
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