All of our antique pocket watch guides can be found on this central page.
Antique pocket watch adjustments.
The types of gold used in antique watches.
Antique watch jewels.
Radioactive luminous paint.
Borgel watch cases.
Antique watch crystals.
How antique watch dials were made.
Antique watch case material.
Maintenance and care
How to wind and set the time on an antique pocket watch.
Why does an antique pocket watch run slow?
How to care for and maintain your antique watch.
How to regulate antique watch movements.
Cleaning enamel antique pocket watch dials.
Why does my antique pocket watch stop?
6 ways you can damage your antique watch.
Collecting antique watches as a hobby.
Why do I collect antique watches?
How to value an antique pocket watch.
Antique marriage watches.
How to read British Hallmarks.
Antique watch patina.
Albert watch chains.
Antique watches, frequently asked questions.
The Vintage Watch Room London.
The history of English watchmaking.
A brief history of watchmaking in Switzerland.
What is a watchmaker?
The tragedy of scrapping antique watches for precious metals.
Royal Flying Corps, WW1 cockpit watches, 1914 – 1918.
The origin of the Swiss made brand.
Finishing an ébauche movement.
Antique watch timekeeping accuracy.
A beginner’s guide to antique pocket watches.
Why you should avoid 7-jewel watches.
Seven indicators of a high quality antique pocket watch.
12 things to avoid when buying an antique watch.
Thinking of buying an antique pocket watch as a gift? Here is a 10-point practical buying guide.