PURVEYORS OF WORLD CLASS ANTIQUE MUSICAL BOXES, PIONEERS IN THEIR REPAIR & RESTORATION SINCE 1961
Welcome to The World of Mechanical Music, a special place in the heart of England noted for traditional standards of British craftsmanship and hospitality. Here, in a period setting in the beautiful Cotswolds town of Northleach, is a unique collection of self-playing musical instruments presented as a live entertainment. Here is also what has been described as “the best gift shop in the Cotswolds”, and the world famous restoration workshops, which serve discerning collectors from all over the world.
SHOP FOR ANTIQUES!
Our musical boxes, both antique and new are internationally renowned for the exceptionally high quality of
their appearance and their musical performance. We also have antique clocks, automata and other items. You can view our extensive range, all available for home delivery, by clicking here.
Since 1961, we have pioneered the quality restoration of antique music boxes and clocks, and we now have more than forty years experience in this highly specialised craft. There is no better place to bring your treasures for a dose of tender loving care. Read all about it, and make an appointment if you would like a free estimate given entirely without obligation.
You can see pictures and descriptions of our stock by clicking on “Stock” above. Here you can download an up to date list. All items offered for sale are carefully selected for their potential quality, and then put into the most perfect possible condition in our world famous workshops, no expense spared. Our antique musical boxes in particular are internationally renowned for the exceptionally high quality of their appearance and musical performance. Most of the items are ready for immediate despatch to our satisfied customers in all parts of the world. All prices are inclusive, and every effort is made to give really good value and service. You will not buy better elsewhere. We look forward to the pleasure of serving you.
Great Museum Tours!
The museum houses an amazing variety of self playing instruments and automata that might have been found in the home before regular broadcasting started in 1924, all in superb condition, and presented as a live entertainment by our friendly and knowledgeable guides. Many of the items are for sale, as this is a constantly changing collection. Open all the year round, seven days a week. See here for details and pictures.
Listen to recordings of our exhibits.