Professional Repair and Restoration for your Vintage or Antique Pocket Watch:
Expert Pocket Watch and Wristwatch Repair Services
At Renaissance Watch Repair, we are dedicated to the repair and restoration of vintage and antique pocketwatches and wristwatches. We specialize in the repair of American pocket watches, but we take great pride in bringing any high-quality vintage mechanical (wind-up) watch back to life!
We repair many watch brands, including: Waltham, Elgin, Hamilton, Illinois, Ball, Howard, Hampden, Keystone, Rockford, South Bend, Omega, Longines, Bulova and Gruen. View a more complete list of the brands we repair.
With each antique watch we repair, the goal of our expert watchmaker remains the same: To return your vintage watch to its best possible condition. We want your watch to look and work like new, and we fully guarantee our work.
We are located in Bellevue, Washington, near Seattle, but we're as close as your mailbox! We conduct our business through the Internet and U.S. Mail, and we have a long list of satisfied customers throughout the United States.
We are members in good standing of the Washington Watchmakers-Clockmakers Association and the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC). Our watchmaker currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Norwest School of Horology, and has served as a nationally-elected Director of the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute.
We hope you'll let our expert watchmaker return your vintage or antique pocketwatch to its best possible condition. We'll help you create a family heirloom that will be treasured for generations!
The answers to many common vintage watch repair questions may be found on our Frequently Asked Questions pages, and we encourage you to look there first. If you are trying to find the age of your antique watch, or are searching for historical information about a particular watch company, please visit the Company Histories and How To sections of our web site. Our site also includes a wealth of information about vintage pocket watches and the companies that made them. We invite you to explore, and contact us if you have a vintage pocket watch or wristwatch in need of our expert repair and restoration services.
While we can't turn you into an antique watch expert, we can share a little of our knowledge with you in order to help you learn more about your vintage or antique watch. We've provided answers to some of the more common questions you may have about your vintage watch in order to help you learn more about this fascinating area of American history.
We are always buying better-quality vintage and antique pocket watches and wristwatches. Whether you have a single timepiece or an entire collection to sell, we'll give you an honest evaluation of your watch's condition, and we will pay best price for your timepieces. You can be assured that your sale will be handled quickly, confidentially, and professionally. If you would like to discuss a potential sale, please call or email. We promise confidential, knowledgeable service and immediate payment for your antique watch.
We purchase most railroad-grade pocket watches and higher-grade vintage wristwatches. We buy Hamilton, Howard, Illinois, Ball, Waltham, Elgin, South Bend, Omega, Patek, Vacheron and many other top brands. We're always seeking vintage watches with unusual dials, complications, chronographs, repeaters, moon-phase or up/down indicators. We pay top dollar for all marine chronometers. We will pay best prices for your vintage watches! Click here to learn more.
Contact us at any time to discuss your vintage watch repair needs, or the sale of your antique watch.
Before sending your watch for repair, please read these instructions:
Renaissance Watch Repair
15100 SE 38th Street
Suite 101 PMB 746
Bellevue, WA 98006
Please note: The address shown above is our mailing address only.
Monday - Friday 9AM - 4PM Pacific Time
We respectfully request that you do not call or email to ask about the value of your vintage watch.
We are unable to provide watch appraisals, watch values or historical watch information by phone or email.
If you are interested in a professional market evaluation of your watch, then see this page.