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Table Regulator

Table Regulator
Price Range (inkl. VAT): 40 – 50.000,00 €
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Probably the most classic of all the clocks made by Sinclair Harding is the Table Regulator. The case is made from solid brass polished, bronzed and finally finished with beeswax. It is embellished with heavily gilded furniture such as the classical urn finial on the top, or four palmettos, which break the severe line of the base, mounted on adjustable feet. The front and back opening glass doors are 6mm thick. Similarly finished are the side panels, which give an interesting view of the movement.

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Brive

BRIVE
Dimensions: 204 x 24 x 17 cm ( H x B x T )
Duration: 1 year
Price Range (inkl. VAT): 35 – 45.000,00 €
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With our Brive precision pendulum clocks, we have remained true to our policy of not just using tried and true methods but improving these methods with the help of cutting-edge technology. This has allowed us to integrate several features into our Brive clocks which were formerly impossible to combine.

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8 Bell Chiming Bracket Clock

8 Bell Chiming Bracket Clock
Price Range (inkl. VAT): 40 – 50.000,00 €
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This superb English Chiming Clock is hand made throughout, even down to the door locks on the case! The beautiful hand engraved back plate is the most obvious visible sign of the very high quality of the entire movement, which like the case, is all hand made.

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Sarlat

Sarlat

Dimensions: 135 x 29 x 16 cm ( H x B x T )

Duration: 11 weeks

Price Range (inkl. VAT): 35 – 45.000,00 €

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In times past, the hands of precision pendulum clocks, also known as “regulators”, were arranged in a typical manner, i.e. a central minute hand and small inset circles for the hour hand (above) and second hand (below). Without this arrangement, the broader hour hand would have covered the second hand at midnight, exactly the time of day when observatory telescopes were used to trace the path of a star to check the clock’s timekeeping.

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The sense, what a “good” clock is.

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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.

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