Yes, but you'll need a professional watch makers and jeweler to do it. Pick up as many of the bits as you can find, then check your local classified for watchmakers (ignore the ones like "Timpsons" on the high street as they just change batteries and springs and you'll need a proper one), then take the remains to him (or her, but probably him). He'll be able to put it back together as well as replacing the bit you've inevitably lost.
This will not cost under a hundred, and may cost considerably more depending on what type of watch it was.
If you are having trouble finding someone, consider contacting The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers in London (one of the historic livery companies, and one of the few whose members are still in their trade), and they will probably be able to put you in contact with someone reasonably local. Web address for them in the source bar.
· 6 years ago