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If you want to move your Grandfather Clock to another room. This is what you must do- First if its an antique Grandfather Clock plan a week ahead and have all the weights go to the bottom of the clock. Therefore letting the clock stop. Remove the pendulum first for the 19th Century English clocks you need to remove the hood/bonnet of the clock. This is done very easily by sliding the top foreword. If the case of the clock is attached to the wall on the bonnet you need to release the tie before you start preparing the Grandfather Clock to move. For more modern clocks, remove the weights at any time. Pay attention how the weights are hanging. Mark the weights left, center, right with a sticker. You need to remove the pendulum and then can be unhooked from the front. Do the reverse of what you did to reinstate the clock. If you have any questions, please let us know.
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In light of the developments regarding COVID-19, JP Clock Shop would like to first say that our thoughts are with those affected by the virus in the U.S. and around the globe. As we closely monitor the evolving impact, JP’s Clock Shop has taken precautions to receive clocks and to give the repaired clock back to the customer during this current time of social distancing. We have also listed various small clocks on eBay that might be of interest.
Here you can find clock treasures for years of enjoyment.
JP’s Clock Shop professionally repairs clocks using the highest grade parts and state of the art tools to do the job efficiently and cost-effectively. We are experts on the history of clocks, watches, bird and music boxes. We very much enjoy sharing this knowledge and promoting the interest of time pieces with our clients. We can value a clock’s worth and very often are called on as experts to price pieces in estates sales and auction houses.