Welcome to our on-line shop. You can order on-line, and pay by credit or debit card via PayPal by clicking the “Add to Shopping Basket” button next to the item. Postal delivery is UK only, any overseas orders will be held for later collection or posted to a UK address. All surpluses from this on-line shop are retained by The Clockmakers’ Charity (Reg #275380) and will be used for its charitable purposes. Prices incl UK P&P 1st class.  Some items are exclusively for our members and would only be supplied to them.

To view items in person, pay by an alternative method, or collect items,
please contact the Clockmakers’ office.

The Shop Cataloguefollow these links to find the products quickly.

  • StationeryMulti-purpose cards / Notelets, Watch stand, Livery tie, Clockmaker umbrella etc
  • Gentlemens’ AttireCufflinks, Tie pins, Livery Badges etc
  • Ladies’ AttireClockmaker brooch in silver-gilt or white
  • Additional ItemsPill box, Photo CDs etc
  • Books‘The Clockmakers of London’, ‘Harrison in the Abbey’


Greeting Card / Notelets (4 styles)

High quality A6 sized multi-purpose (blank) cards – ideal for thank-yous, anniversary greetings, congratulations etc, depicting pieces from the WCC Collections. The reverse with brief catalogue description, the inside left blank for personal greetings. Supplied with self-seal envelopes.

Available in four designs (Nativity watch, Madonna pocket watch, Master’s badge and King’s portrait) and various combinations as below.
Click here to see each of the four designs

£10.00 Greeting Card / Notelets
24 cards (choose a single design or a mixed selection). Please specify your choice in the PayPal “note to seller” or “add special instructions to merchant” box, on check out – or call the Assistant Clerk to advise. Subject to availability, orders are first come first served and alternative designs will be used to make up packs of 24 cards if necessary.

Watch Stand

The watch stands are turned from Utile wood, and mounted with an enamel WCC Coat of Arms badge. Available in 3 different sizes to accommodate various, including Hunter, sized watches.

All 11 cm high, diameter of base 9.5 cm

£47.50 Stand for a Verge Watch

£47.50 Stand for a Keyless Watch – standard size

£47.50 Stand for a Dress Watch

Clockmaker Tie

Recently updated, and made of 100% corded silk.  Only members of the Clockmakers’ Company may purchase this.

£30.00 Livery Tie

Enamel Badge

Proudly wear the company’s Coat of Arms on your lapel. The perfect stocking filler.

This version of the Coat of Arms is taken from the original Grant of Arms to the Clockmakers’ Company, by Edward Walker, Garter King of Arms, 1671-72.


£5.50 ‘Enamel’ Tack

Clockmaker Umbrella

Cut a dash in even the most unforgiving British weather with this fine large ‘golfing’ brolly in the Company’s colours.

Diameter 130cm

£38.00 Clockmaker Umbrella

Gentleman’s Attire

All Gentleman’s jewellery features the clock on the centre of the WCC Coat of Arms. Some items of jewellery can be made to special order.

Please contact the WCC Office to discuss your requirements and get a price before placing your order for items made in silver, silver-gilt, and 9 or 18 carat gold.

Torpedo Cufflinks

Made in hallmarked silver with a patinated finish. Traditional torpedo and chain fittings. With presentation box.

25.5 mm2

Torpedo Cufflinks (Price on application)

Swivel Cufflinks

Made in hallmarked silver with a patinated finish. With presentation box.

25.5 mm2

Silver Swivel Cufflinks (Price on application)

In hallmarked 9 carat gold, with presentation box. (Price on application – prices vary according to precious metal prices)

Stick Pin / Tie Pin

Made in hallmarked silver with a patinated finish, with presentation box.

25.5 mm2

Stick Pin / Tie Pin (Price on application)

Silver Tie Tack

Tie Tack or Lapel Badge – made in hallmarked silver with a patinated finish, and 2nd pin to stop rotation, with presentation box.

25.5 mm2

Tie Tack or Lapel Badge (Price on application)

The Livery Badge

Available to Clockmaker Liverymen.

The Livery Badge is made in silver gilt & enamel, and bears the crest of the Clockmakers Company. It is assayed and hall-marked for London.

The Livery Badge is supplied with suspension cord and presentation box. The reverse of the badge can, at extra cost, be engraved with your name and date of admission. Please contact the Office for further information and a quote.

Diameter 51 mm. Prices include P&P in the UK.

£275.00 Livery Badge

£300.00 Livery Badge engraved with name and date (or as you wish)

Ladies Attire

Ladies' Clockmaker Brooch (in gold or silver-gilt)

Proudly wear a brooch with the Clockmakers’ Coat of Arms. Available in silver-gilt or 9 carat gold. Price on application but, as a guide, in silver gilt it has in the past been priced at circa £400.00 … 9 ct gold circa £810.00 (however this is only a rough guide since prices change with precious metal prices, which have increased substantially recently)

Please contact the Clockmakers’ office to discuss purchase of the Ladies’ Clockmaker Brooch.

Additional Items

Porcelain Pill Box with WCC Coat of Arms

Never lose your cufflinks again, the perfect storage container; the lid decorated with the Clockmakers’ Coat of Arms and the base with the writing “The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, Charter granted by Charles I 22nd August 1631”.

50 mm x 30 mm

£7.50 Porcelain Pill Box, WCC Coat of Arms

Photo CDs of WCC Events

Relive all the glorious Company dinners and events with photographs kindly taken, compiled and donated by Liveryman Captain Tony Gray for the benefit of our Clockmakers’ Charity.

£10.00 Photo CD’s of WCC Events

The Book Shop

The History of The Clockmakers' Company

The History of The Clockmakers’ Company

“The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers” – a well presented booklet compiled by Joe Buxton, Past Clerk of the Company, outlining the history and customs of the Company, and published in 2013.

£6.00 History of the Clockmakers’ Company

‘The Clockmakers of London’ by Sir George White Bt

‘The Clockmakers of London’, by Sir George White, tells the story of clock and watch making in London, and of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, in 22 succinct sections with superb illustrations.

£12.00 ‘The Clockmakers of London’

“Timeless” by Frank Hohmann III

“Timeless: Masterpiece American Brass Dial Clocks” recently published by Frank Hohmann III, Liveryman of the Clockmakers’ Company. This highly impressive book features around 100 of the finest American brass dial clocks by over 50 makers, including those from both major museums and private collections. The book is not freely available in the UK but we have a small stock at the Clockmakers’ office in London. The price includes a contribution to the Clockmakers’ Charity.

£75.00 “Timeless” by Frank Hohmann III

'Harrison in the Abbey'

‘Harrison in the Abbey’ was compiled and edited by Sir Arnold Wolfendale FRS; published in honour of John Harrison on the occasion of the unveiling of his memorial in Westminster Abbey on 24th March 2006.

Further information »

Size 148 mm x 210 mm

£12.00 ‘Harrison in the Abbey’

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2017: an outstanding year for horology students

Each year, the George Daniels’ Educational Trust (GDET) provides financial assistance to students and apprentices who are training to become watch or clock makers. For 2017, the exams are now over. Click here to read about some of the outstanding results that have been achieved.

George Daniels Lecture 29 Nov 2017

The George Daniels Lecture 2017, "The story of the marine chronometer and the National Maritime Museum’s collection", given by Jonathan Betts, will be held at City University, London on Wednesday 29 Nov 2017 at 1830. Admission is free.

Antiquarian Horological Society (AHS) Lectures

A formal affiliation was signed in 2014 between the WCC and the AHS. WCC Liverymen and Freemen are encouraged to attend the excellent AHS Lectures, which are free to WCC members and include teas before and wine afterwards, so are very social and interesting events. List of forthcoming lectures in London is on the AHS site.

The Hain Sanders Research / Personal Development Award

The Clockmakers’ Company recently launched The Hain Sanders Research / Personal Development Award, the purpose of which is to assist professional clockmakers and watchmakers in the learning of new skills or enhancing their personal development, and to support scientists researching the measurement of time or a closely related project. Click here for the application form.

Training to be a Clockmaker?

National Benevolent Society of Watch & Clock Makers