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WEBINAR: 19th Century Clockmaking - Craft To Mass Production
September 25, 2016 at 7:00 PM EDT 

In the 19th Century clockmaking in Connecticut evolved quickly from craft to small scale production after Eli Terry demonstrated wooden movements could be mass produced and seven large clock factories manufactured significant quantities of clocks.


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 2016 WARD FRANCILLON SYMPOSIUM - Clocks at Winterthur
October 6-8, 2016 in Wilmington, Delaware
One of America’s top-rated house museums, Winterthur boasts a premier collection of 90,000 decorative and fine arts objects made or used in this country between 1640 and 1860. The symposium will be the first at Winterthur to focus exclusively on the museum’s horological holdings. A roster of eminent speakers will address important clocks and watches in the collection, highlighting their makers, regions, craftsmanship, and cultural significance. 



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