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  • Horology encompasses both the science of measuring time and the art of making time pieces.

    Review of Tinkers by Paul Harding

  • - On the matter of mechanical gewgaws, the Horology Source's page on How to Make Your Own Clocks and Watches, including kits and plans.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • He was awarded the world's first chronometer award for a wristwatch, after sending the first Rolex movement to the School of Horology in Bienne, Switzerland.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • The Horology course provides students with hands-on experience making parts on the lathe, correcting parts with poising tools, truing calipers and staking sets, cleaning, lubricating, and regulating the timing and beat of mechanical timepieces, and repairing quartz watches using the Citizen multimeter.

    You’re Certifiable

  • Gearing, Presses, Horology and Miscellaneous Machinery, and including many movements never before published, and several of which have only recently come into use.

    Mechanical Drawing Self-Taught

  • Of ancient liturgical books free use is made: we recognize portions of the great Horology and Euchology, of the liturgies of St. James and St. Basil; the Western Hours, Missal and Manual, several of the Primers, the

    The Devotions of Bishop Andrewes. Vol. I

  • School of Horology here, teaching watch and clock repair.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Orbita has been protecting craftsmanship and mechanics of exclusive timepieces in a way to appreciate Horology and to extend their gratifying tradition,

    Born Rich

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