937 Guldens and 5 Kreutzers was the value of the first invoice dated December 14th 1841 for the delivery of clocks and their parts from Shenenbach in the Black Forest to Reading in England. The Mayers, a well-known family of clockmakers, sent the younger son German Mayer to found a workshop in England. Thus, the first step to enlarge the family business was made.
K. Mozer Ltd in London has been set up by the descendants of this family, combining the traditional skills passed down from generation to generation with modern methods and the latest technology. Traditional and modern craftsmanship along with a caring family touch is still the key to the K. Mozer success. Many discerning customers including prominent politicians and businessmen from different countries have acquired K. Mozer clocks over the years.
In the year 2000 the company received a letter of thanks from the Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Her Royal Highness had appreciated the craftsmanship and design of a K. Mozer Vienna wall clock and sent to the director and all at K. Mozer her very sincere thanks and best wishes. The production of this clock was discontinued right after her death.
From the very beginning K. Mozer has used only the finest skilled clockmakers, wood carvers, dial makers and artists with the emphasis always on the making of high quality clocks. To this day we are still making some of the finest clocks. Time and effort is spent in the search for the finest woods such as mahogany, walnut, cherry and oak. All woods are brought together with the highest quality metals creating a diverse clock collection. The result is a stunning range of timepieces including Grandfather, Wall, Mantle, Bracket and Carriage clocks all made to the highest quality possible.
K. Mozer are not only a manufacturer of handmade clocks, we are also a retailer and have a bespoke collection of clocks available through our own shops and showrooms worldwide.
We are a member of the British Watch and Clockmakers Guild.
The company also takes part in some of the best international fairs and shows for clockmakers and jewellers traditionally taking place in Basel, New York, High Point NC, London, NEC Birmingham and Moscow.