1903: When LeCoultre met Jaeger

In 1903, the Parisian Admond Jaeger (1858-1922) set Swiss Watchmakers the challenge of producing the ultra-thin calibres he had invented. Jacques-David LeCoultre (1875-1948), the founder’s grandson, devoted himself to this task with passion.

The cooperation and the subsequent friendship between these two men was to give rise to a range of horological wonders, and then to the birth of Jaeger-LeCoultre brand in 1937.


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. We 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.  Also 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.