Let me tell you a little about myself...
I have been working on clocks since I attended High School in Encino, California. I bought the first clock I worked on from the person who taught me clock repair. I still own that same clock to this day. I have always been fascinated with the mechanics of clocks and their inner workings.
Antiques have been in my family home the whole time I was growing up. At a young age, I decided I was going to preserve the antiquity of our Heritage with clock which is why I called my company Heritage Clocks.
It is through my machinist skills which I aquired after my service to our country with the United States Navy, I learned the art of clock repair and preservation.
I also through years of experience began to teach for National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC) Local Chapter #59 in San Diego, California. I was the youngest member at 24 to be able to teach my craft to other members.
I am also a wood working craftsman and love to bring the life to clocks which are in need of this service.
There is a certain clock I have restored which was a marriage gift of my Grandparents in the late 1800's. This clock remains in my gallery and will be handed down to my daughter.
I have 30 year experience in the Clock Repair industry, restoring precious heirlooms throughout the years for my valued and satisfied customers.
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