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I am interested in clocks more than watches, I came across this site when searching the web for information about Black Slate/Marble repairs. I am employed as a clock repair man in Australia. I have a background in Antique Repair (furniture) in Scotland. Anyway this is just an intro, I hope to be of help with any clock issues members may have.



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Welcome Jimmy, I started repairing clocks and then moved onto watches. There seems to be a shortage of those who repair/service clocks in the UK .They keep arriving on my doorstep on a regular basis. Plenty of knowledgable members here and please share your own horological experiences both good and bad. Enjoy the forum. 

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