Paving the Way for Horological Instruments

28Jan

Paving the Way for Horological Instruments

Imperfection in the adjusting and regulating of movements did not prevent craftsmen of the XVIth and XVIIth centuries from making exquisite watches, and horologists began to congregate in certain well-defined centres.  The fact of being able to share technological knowledge and experience, caused the rise of what back then may

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14Jan

Wedding Anniversaries

As we head into Spring and Summer (wedding season is approaching us.) We are reminded and inspired with Valentines Day and Wedding Anniversaries beckoning.  Here is a list of a traditional Wedding Anniversary Gem Stones to get you in the mood:   1st  Anniversary: Gold 2nd Anniversary: Garnet 3rd Anniversary:

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06Jan

A Little History on an Art Deco Vitascope

Art Deco Vitascope clock with automaton rocking ship on an illuminated ocean scene with a cloud background.  It has original ‘Art Deco’ hands and an electric movement, cream Bakelite case and an original grey metal back with start wind and light switch, & labelled ‘Vitascope Industries Ltd’. The clock  was

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