David Walter Timepieces

David Walter handcrafts clocks for clients worldwide, and provide sympathetic and expert restoration for all high grade antique clocks and precision timepieces.
David Walter ranks among the foremost clockmakers of our times, having spent a lifetime perfecting his formidable skills. The most discerning of horologists worldwide turn to us when ordering bespoke precision clocks that may include every manner of complication. All David Walter clocks are expertly hand constructed using time-tested, traditional methods and come backed by a lifetime guarantee for workmanship.
You are at the perfect place if looking to bring home a truly unique timepiece and family heirloom, constructed to withstand the tests of time.
We also provide the highest standard of restoration and service for high grade antique clocks.

David Walter Timepieces

World's Greatest Living Clockmaker

(D)W5 Free Pendulum

David Walter took Woodward's concept to the next level with the (D)W5. He added jeweled bearings, tungsten-carbide knife-edge suspension, barometric compensation on the pendulum bobs, and fused silica (quartz) pendulum rods.

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DP Perpetual

All the bearings and escape pallets are jeweled, which both reduces friction and prolongs the life of the clock. The pendulum rods are made of fused silica (quartz), making them nearly impervious to temperature changes.

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Great Wheel Skeleton

David Walter's Great Wheel clock will run with outstanding accuracy for an entire month on a single winding. Part of this accuracy comes from his use of the fusee, a device that evens out the torque of the large mainspring

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Double Pendulum

All the bearings and escape pallets are jeweled, which both reduces friction and prolongs the life of the clock. The pendulum rods are made of fused silica (quartz), making them nearly impervious to temperature changes.

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Brequet Skeleton

An eight day, weight driven skeleton clock, a feat very few horologists have successfully accomplished.HistoryIn the early 19th century A.L. Breguet commissioned Samuel Roy to make Three Wheel clocks, three examples exist today.

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