Clockmakers

Some articles on clockmakers, clockmaker:

Lantern Clock - Style Characteristics
... start of the 17th century the style gradually evolved to a standard to which all clockmakers more or less complied ... The guild supervised the clockmakers who were compelled to work within a prescribed method ... Suppliers to the clockmakers' trade contributed to this general style as well ...
Sibford Gower - History - Clockmakers
... He was called Thomas after his father, and he became a clockmaker ... possibly Richard Gilkes of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers in London ... Thomas Gilkes trained two of his sons as clockmakers a third Thomas (1704–57), who then worked in Charlbury as both a clockmaker and a Quaker minister ...
Clockmakers' Museum
... The Clockmakers' Museum in London, England is a collection of clocks, watches and other horological items which belongs to the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, which is one of the City of London ... The Clockmakers' Collection was begun in 1814 ... horological scholars will also find the Library of Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, one of the major publicly accessible collections of printed materials ...
American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute
... The American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute (AWCI) is a not-for-profit trade association based in the United States that is dedicated to the advancement of ... For over 50 years, AWCI has worked with horology schools, individual watchmakers and clockmakers, manufacturers and retailers to advance the art, science and business of horology ... Clockmaker courses can be scheduled by request ...
History Of Timekeeping Devices - Modern Devices - Clocks - Clockmakers
... The first professional clockmakers came from the guilds of locksmiths and jewellers ... French clockmakers such as Julien Le Roy, clockmaker of Versailles, were leaders in case design and ornamental clocks ... Le Roy belonged to the fifth generation of a family of clockmakers, and was described by his contemporaries as "the most skillful clockmaker in France, possibly in Europe" ...