Reuterdahls clockmaking in Gamla Enskede is run by Royal Clockmaker Sophia Reuterdahl, since the company was founded in 1996.

Modern and antique grandfather clocks, pendulums and wall clocks are renovated in Reuterdahl’s workshop. Each clock offers different challenges, has its own quirks and personality traits. The ticking and the sound form part of the soul of the room or house where the clock belongs.

The clockmaker’s task is a fine mechanical precision craft. The parts of the clock may need to be cleaned or adjusted, and sometimes even remanufactured. Reuterdahls has the equipment and know-how to renovate advanced technical structures.

Reuterdahls sells stylish gold watches with Scandinavian elegance for “long and faithful service”. The watch comes from Swedish Epoch, and we also take care of service and replacement of the battery and bracelet.

Among our customers are public institutions that, in addition to regular operations, also manage cultural heritage. The majority of our customers have maintenance agreements, and sometimes also operating agreements for weekly supervision and commissioning. As time permits, we undertake assignments for private customers.

Sophia Reuterdahl was appointed Royal Clockmaker by H.M. the King on February 6, 2017.

Reuterdahls is a member of the Stockholm Watchmakers’ Office (Stockholms Urmakare-Ämbete) and the Skråhandverkarna Association with board assignments. Appointed Royal Court Supplier and member of the British Worshipful Company of Clockmakers.

Open by appointment. Call before visiting.

Most likely to be met Monday through Thursday.

Stockholmsvägen 19, Enskede, Phone: +468-600 24 77, email: