When restoration of watch cases is necessary, many complicated factors must be taken under consideration. For example, a case cannot be over polished and must maintain all original contours and edges.
In order to achieve this, proper tools must be implemented together with precision hand detailing. To bring out a high-quality shine only high-speed polishing machines can be used. However, our master polisher always keeps a close eye on the process in order not to damage the delicate watch case and threading on case back.
Watch Dial Factory Precision Restoration
When considering a dial that has been aged covered with patina with surface peeling and oxidization many factors must be taken under consideration. All original details must be saved every component must be disassembled polished cleaned soaked with chemicals and restored in all original factory specifications.
This is a very time-consuming process which must take under consideration original font as well as every aspect of original finishing.
The hands must be diamond cut polished and restored to factory specs here are some samples of our recent project.
Final results are striking!
Nothing is Impossible at WatchArtExchange
Do you have an old vintage Rolex? Is it in good condition? If it's not, we can help you.
For the price of a Rolex center simple movement cleaning (Rolex charges approximately $1000 plus tax), we can renovate your vintage watch to exact specifications and pristine condition - All for $1000 at WatchArtExchange.
Price is subject to whether broken components need to be completely replaced with new Rolex parts.
To book a consultation for restoration, contact our watch experts who are on hand to provide you with a quotation or answer any questions.
How it's Done
Replacement of various types of rare damaged or broken watch gears is done using Schaublin lathes. Even very small gears can be repaired with the use of a microscope.
Highest quality Boley lathes and micro tools are used in precision parts repair and restoration.
We utilize Jacot tools which are hand powered lathes that are essential in the repair of vintage movements and antique watches.
These tools are necessary for sizing and restoration of watch pivots.