In addition to cleaning and repairing clocks to working order, Marko expertly restores gold plating to bring back the original look of the timepiece.
If you have a clock that was originally gold-plated, don't ruin it with paint! Contact Marko for a quote to restore your clock's original beauty with gold plating.
See photos below for some examples of Marko's restoration projects.
Many pre-1940's clocks were originally
gold-plated. Over time, the plating has worn off and only the base metal remains.
Marko's Clocks can restore gold-plating to return your clock to it's original eye-catching beauty.
This 1860's gold-plated, French clock on an alabaster base required extensive re-plating of gold surfaces to return it to its original, beautiful condition.
This miniature New Haven clock received significant gold plating repair, cleaning, and mechanical overhaul.
1920's Grandfather Clock tubular bells movement needed thorough cleaning and replacement of bushings.
1920's tubular bells movement: After cleaning and replacement of bushings, the movement was tuned up and in working order.
Becker 400 day clock. Restoration required complete cleaning and replacement of glass domes.
Becker 400 day clock: After cleaning and new glass dome. Restored to original condition and in working order.
Shown after a thorough cleaning and mechanical overhaul. No gold plating restoration was needed, and the vintage style was maintained.