G E Marsh Antique Clocks was established in Winchester in 1947 in the shadow of a 900-year-old cathedral, and has served countless clock enthusiasts, collectors and investors for over 60 years.
During this time they have supplied many rare and important clocks by such eminent makers as Thomas Tompion, Joseph and John Knibb, George Graham, Daniel Quare, Abraham Louis Breguet, Ferdinand Berthoud, Thomas Mudge, Antide Janvier and others.
Gerald Marsh apprenticed in 1950 until 1955, and then served in the Royal Air Force. After completing his National Service, he continued his work with clocks and watches at the bench, as well as specialising in the purchasing and selling of these rare antiques. When not in Winchester, he spends considerable time working with antique clocks and barometers in the United States of America; whilst doing so, the business is in the very capable hands of Darrell Dipper, a director, who has been with the company for over 30 years.
G E Marsh Antique Clocks’ specialist team of clock and watchmakers collectively have the experience of over 200 years and are complimented by a team of four cabinetmakers, who have exceptional skill and experience. They have been fortunate in having a certified restorer of Rolex and other quality makes of watch on their team of restorers.