312 West Market Street
York, PA 17401
The York Time Institute was founded by Daniel Nied in order to address the tremendous shortage of qualified watch and clock makers in the United States. The Institute is housed in a 150 year old building in Historic York, Pa. Historical research on the building revealed that two other watchmakers had been located there in the late 1800's. Other well-known watch and clock makers, including Jonathan Jessop and Elisha Kirk, practiced their trade nearby. The Institute is licensed by the Pennsylvania Board of Private Licensed Schools and offers a 54 week Diploma Program in Horological Conservation, Restoration and Repair, as well as customized courses for horological professionals, collectors and hobbyists. We can also tailor a program for your group. Children's and school programs are also part of the diverse business of the York Time Institute.
Our services include:
Instruction - Diploma Program
Conservation and Restoration of Antique Timepieces
Repair of Fine Timepieces
Consulting Services for Museums, Collectors, and Government Agencies
Programs and Lectures for Non-profit Community Groups
Manufacturing of Custom Watches and Clocks
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