Restoring a vintage timepiece is a complex task that requires a great wealth of training, experience, and manual skills, many of which have become extremely rare. The goal of restoration is always to preserve the watch in its original condition. This applies to the technical aspects, such as the movement and complications, and aesthetics like the visual appearance of the case, dial, and hands. Every project starts with a comprehensive diagnosis and assessment of your watch by our vintage watchmakers. They then prepare a detailed cost estimate, considering your requirements and requests. Due to the enormous complexity involved, restoration can take anywhere from several months to more than a year.