The sense, what a “good” clock is.
Robert Bray’s goal is to build the best clocks.
Robert Bray, born 1956, came relatively late to clockmaking. After he left the school with 15, he began training in a small company that produced precision gears. In the university he acquired enough knowledge to complete his studies in 1979 at Brunel University in Manufacturing Technology with distinction. Until 1995, he came into this company with all forms and facets of engineering in touch: from design to production to quality control for the aerospace, military and medicine.
In 1995, he sought a new challenge. He took over the company “Sinclair Harding” (Cheltenham) from the retiring founder – Mike Hardingum to ensure that this famous watch brand has continued existence. At the same time he began to focus on the art of clockmaking. In 2002 he took the AHCI as a candidate and three years later as a member on. In 2006 he became part of the British Horological Society.