Established for 18 years and Online for 11 years, Gutlin Clocks and Antiques are an online catalogue of quality clocks of the 18th and 19th centuries, they specialise in French Mantel Clocks and Longcase clocks in mahogany walnut and oak.
The proprietors Father and Son, John and Mark Coxhead have a combined passion for collecting clocks and have turned their dream into a very successful business dealing in quality restored clocks. This family business established 18 years ago is located from a pretty 19th century shop in the Kings Road, Chelsea, London. This prestigious area is world renowned for fine quality antique shops and fine art galleries.
Mark and John have been selling and restoring clocks for the last 18 years and because they have a large amount of stock always for sale in their showroom they see a big cross reference of antique clocks having restored their own showroom clocks as well as customers clocks. They restore the clocks for the British Home Office and for the Royal Lifeguards, Hyde Park. They are also proud to have sold clocks to members of the British Royal Family.
All their clocks are restored by themselves and come with a full years guarantee in the UK. They also stock a wide selection of carriage and wall clocks ranging from unusual English station wall clocks to fine Regency period drop dial clocks. They carry a variety of interesting French period carriage clocks ranging from simple timepieces to repeaters. All their carriage clocks have the original platform escapements and not replacement modern ones.
John and Mark also offer a full restoration service for all types of English and French antique clocks including a ‘home visit’ facility for antique clock owners. For more information on the restoration service please contact us.
How To Find Us
We are situated on the famous Kings Road, very close to Chelsea Harbour. The nearest tube station is Fulham Broadway and the No. 14 and 22 Red Bus goes right past our door.
Shop Opening Hours:
Monday – Saturday:- 10.00am to 6.00pm
Sunday by appointment
Article from the Rolls Royce Year Book 2009:
Walking into Gütlin on the King’s Road, Chelsea, the gentle tick-tock of the many timepieces brings reassurance and peace. Housed in what was previously an art gallery, Gütlin is brimful from wall to wall with gold, silver and fine wood classic timepieces – from a rare Glashutte Second World War Luftwaffe pilots’ wristwatch to a 1720 William Barrow grandfather clock.
The owners of Gütlin, horologists John and Mark Coxhead – a father and son team, have a passion for collecting, dealing and restoring top timepieces. Established nearly 20 years ago, they are located in an area world renowned for fine antique shops and art galleries. Only dealing in quality clocks of the 18th and 19th centuries, and some from Time Dealing in only quality antique clocks,
Gütlin has the timeless classic you’ve always dreamt about. Gütlin’s speciality is French mantle and longcase clocks in mahogany, walnut and oak. However, it caters for all tastes and styles, with watches from the 1920s to 1960s, and gold, silver, carriage, bracket and novelty clocks. It also has a small range of barometers and boulle side cabinets.
Exclusivity: Starting small, buying from auctions and exhibiting at fairs, Gütlin soon built a comprehensive collection and name for themselves. ‘Not only did we sell well, but we bought well too,’ says John. ‘We’d come home with money in our pockets and a new set of clocks to restore, which was very gratifying.’ Mark says: ‘We’re engineers, with a great understanding of antique clocks, how they operate and what their values are. We are both passionate and enthusiastic about the world of clocks and want to be able to provide fine decorative items for people’s homes.’
Gütlin also specialises in Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos clocks from the 1950s to present day. A Swiss clock that uses changes in atmospheric temperature and pressure to wind itself, the power consumed by a 15 watt light bulb could run over 60 million Atmos clocks at the same time. One of the most difficult clocks a repairer will encounter, Gütlin is fully prepared to return them to the highest of operational standards. ‘They’re something that is unusual and different; made to the highest order in a period when quality counted,’ says Mark. standards:
There is nothing clock wise that Gütlin will not repair. Using specialist, modern tools, it is prepared for all eventualities. ‘The tools we use mean we can do better work and do it quicker,’ says Mark.
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