About

Ashton Tracy,
Watch & Clock Restoration Specialist

As a WOSTEP qualified watchmaker who also trained at Rolex, I have spent the last decade learning traditional watch & clock repair and restoration techniques to be able to bring your beloved timepieces back to life. I currently focus on the restoration of important, high-grade wrist and pocket watches, as well as clocks.

My workshop is equipped to manufacture obsolete movement components. I am based between Ottawa & Montreal and I serve the whole eastern Ontario/Quebec region. But my clients send me timepieces from all over the world to be restored correctly. 

Ashton’s Watchmaking Background

Watchmaker Ashton Tracy obtained his world-renowned WOSTEP diploma in Manchester, England, at the British School of Watchmaking.

He then set up a small workshop in London, UK focusing on vintage chronographs like the Breitling Navitimer and Omega 321 Speedmaster as well as military watches such as the IWC Mk XI. He soon garnered a reputation as an expert among collectors and dealers. His workshop was also the official service center for Linde Werdelin in the UK.

​Eventually moving closer to home, Australia, he once again set up a workshop in Melbourne. His workshop was the official Mont Blanc service center for Australia and undertook modern and vintage repairs on many brands including Rolex, IWC, Panerai, Breitling, Patek Philippe, Omega, Raymond Weil, Oris, Zenith, and more.

After marrying a Canadian, Ashton moved to Canada and went to work for Rolex where he was trained on a variety of calibers including the 20xx, 21xx, 22xx, 15xx, 30xx, 31xx, 32xx, 40xx, and 41xx families.

He now operates his own watch and clock restoration studio nestled between Ottawa & Montreal.