Talbot Clock Shop

Sales and Service for Your Family Heirloom Timepieces

The Star Democrat published a nice article about our Grand Opening Friday, October 21 and Saturday October 22.


Come see and hear our current selection of new, vintage and antique clocks . Or bring your clocks to repair or sell available to purchase.

When I began to collect clocks in the early 1970's, the repairmen were so backed up that a clock would be in their shop for literally months. So, as I Mechanical Engineer I thought I can figure out how to do this. One day I asked my repairman if I could watch what he did. He agreed, I made note of the procedures, the supplier catalogs and repair manuals he had, and never went back.


I started buying simple equipment to clean, oil and adjust the clocks myself. A voracious reader, I got clock repair books from the library, then bought several for my bookshelf. Soon I was cleaning clocks for family and friends, a local antique shop asked me to work on their clocks and a business was born.

An Business is Born

I then began buying clocks to resell from my spare bedroom. The yard sales I held became legend.


Using the money gained from the sales and repair, the equipment list grew, I took clock repair courses through the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors to further hone my skills.


Now 30+ years later, I have honed my clock repair skills to an art. The fully equipped repair shop can make almost any part that can't be bought.

1,000 Happy Customers

After servicing 1000's of clocks in the Michigan area, I bring those skills to Easton, MD.


I guarantee your satisfaction with my work 100% for one-year on all repairs.