Get published here

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    • Do you know a watch or an independent maker not yet featured on this blog?
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    • Would you like your products be featured on this blog?
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4 Responses to Get published here

  1. Hi. I am an independent craftsman that specialises in the making and restoration of antique pocketwatch cases. I have over 30 years of experiance in this field and over the years have worked or many types of case. Most of the work I do is for private collectors or antique dealers on caseless movments of high value. these are made in Gold or Silver or a combination of both often with repeating work. Im not sure if this is of interest on this site but please have a look at my website and let me know. Best regards. Adam Phillps.

  2. Ben Stroud says:

    Ladies & gentlemen I am building [with pro help] a watch from scratch. I once saw online some beautiful hands that were custom made. A watch had a “wavy” or serpent like seconds hand. [or perhaps it was a minute hand. I wish I had put that in my favorites.. Please someone tell me who can make these beautiful custom hands….
    Regards,
    Ben

  3. Barko says:

    I would like to bring to your attention two of the finest engravers and watch craftsmen working today. Both are too little know.

    Like Joachim Benzinger they are very qualified watchmakers–they have to be to do what they do.

    Andrew may well be one of the very best engravers working today. His web site is at

    http://www.andrewvorontsov.com/

    I believe your readers really would like to know about him. Little of his work travels out of Russia anymore as demand is pretty strong for his work in russia.

    Another person worth looking up is Gianni Liverani. As well as being a very accomplished jeweler, he’s also a watch maker and engraver. Some of his work is highly interesting and he has a watch called “Galileo” that he has even taken out a patent on.

    His home page is at

    http://www.liveranigioielli.it/eng/index.php

    Hope you can feature them both.

    Best Regards,

    Barko

  4. johan says:

    Are you looking for something really special? I was. I have been desinging and developing watches since. I have develloped the machines to cnc and learned to program them from 3d-cad to cnc.

    The result can be seen on http://www.watchid.nl and there will be more in the years to come.
    I want to share the possibility to create a unique watch for yourself or your relatives.

    Enjoy and tell me your ideas!
    Johan

    http://www.watchid.nl
    custom designed watches

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