The restoration of complicated watches has been my passion
for 23 years. Being a collector myself, I appreciate the concerns of quality and affordability when restoring fine timepieces.
After my primary education at the Joseph
Bulova School of Watchmaking, I went on to a 3 year apprenticeship where I learned that there is a lot more to watchmaking
than just changing parts. A well trained watchmaker can make what he needs when others say it can't be done. Truly
understanding the principles of both simple and complicated watches has taken years of study and practice.
I have received training from
brands such as Jaeger LeCoultre, Rolex, Tag Heuer and Ebel and have preformed after sales service for
brands such as Franck Muller, Patek Phillippe, Audemars Piguet,
Ulysses Nardin, Gerard Genta and Blancpain to name a few. I have
learned much from my associations with these fine manufacturers and bring this knowledge into every repair undertaken.
- Parts manufacturing
- Total movement restoration
- Hairspring vibrating
- Dynamic poising
decoration and customization
- Perpetual Calendars
- Jump hours