British Watchmaking in the 17th and 18th Century

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British Watchmaking in the 17th and 18th Century

Post by bbattle » July 28th 2021, 3:04pm

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"1600 – 1800: The ‘Golden Age’ of British Watchmaking

The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries are often referred to as the ‘golden age’ of British watchmaking. The 1600s produced a plethora of highly skilled watchmakers, such as Thomas Tompion, George Graham and John Harrison, while the 1700s witnessed the fruits of their labour radicalise timekeeping on a global scale and welcomed another great British horologist to the fold in the form of Thomas Mudge....."

While I like the enamel dials that Anordain does, I think the price is a bit high. They do have a good blog, though.


https://anordain.com/blogs/news/a-histo ... cf1df2858f
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