We have a new location at 4912 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA. We bought our own building and moved here in 2016. It allows us to expand into a showroom and repair space. The location is one block east of La Brea Blvd. in Los Angeles.
Antique clocks, music boxes, and bird boxes add unique character and enchanting style to any decor. As experts in antique timepieces, music boxes, and automatons such as bird boxes and other winding mechanical amusement collectibles, JP’s Clock Antique Repair, Inc. offers homeowners and collectors specialized service for repairing and restoring valuable clocks and more.
With over 20 years of experience servicing, assembling, and appraising American and European clocks and other pieces, it’s a rare situation for JP Clocks Antique Repair to find a clock they haven’t seen or repaired. They even specialize in repairing and restoring grandfather clocks as well as buying and selling clocks, music boxes, and bird boxes.
Their beautiful showroom displays a wide variety of clocks, particularly grandfather clocks, from countries around the world, including America, Austria, Germany, and France. Antique enthusiasts and collectors can peruse the interesting selection of clocks, music boxes, bird boxes, and more, as well as purchase pendulums, batteries, keys, and other clock parts.
The repair of antique clocks and timepieces is a dying art, with few craftsmen still offering their services. JP Clocks Antique Repair provides a warm and charming atmosphere for restorations, buying, and selling, while also assisting clients in learning to maintain their own clocks. They offer pick up and delivery, house calls, and free in-store and phone estimates for your convenience. All services are done on the premises — not sent out of state– and warranted for one year.
For more information, contact JP Clocks Antique Repair, Inc. at (323) 876-8050
or visit us at
JP Clocks Antique Repair, Inc.
4912 Venice Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019
We had such a great time in New Orleans hunting for antique clocks. We spent one day walking on Magazine Street. We found a clock in a shop on Magazine street. The dealer said it was French and that he had bought it in the Paris flea market. The clock happened to be an American clock called a Parquetry clock and they have been traditional made by prisoners. The clock is of an official building with a clock tower. It was made in the 1920s. Please look for this clock on our webpage as a new addition.
The Darling Magazine crew will photograph the shop Wednesday for their magazine. The issue will be all about clocks. Darling Magazine is only for women.
Take a look at the great photo shot.