Unique watches need some unique treatment. This requires special knowledge. But that’s not all.
One of my teachers said once. "Steffen, a good watchmaker can be recognized by his good tools and you recognize a bad one since he always complains about his tools."
From the smallest screw driver to the most precise watchmaker lath we have all tools that are required to finish the work on the highest standard.
If a tool is missing, e.g. a milling cutter to cut the teeth of a wheel of an antique watch or clock from a time where the sizes where not yet standardized, we can make the cutter according to the needs.
The connection to colleagues in the association for historic clocks and watches - "Fachkreis Historische Uhren, Schloss Raesfeld e.V." gives the possibility to support each other in difficult cases.