It’s Monday again, and like the exact opposite of Garfield, I love Mondays, yay! It’s Ready. Set. Write! update day, and I’ve made quite some good progress this week, I believe, including a lot towards my total summer goal of ‘having a social life’, ie. 491 more words
Tags » Horology
Original article by Jonathan Ho for The Millenary Post
Encompassing some 6,400 kilometres, the Silk Route was a vital series of trade routes that were central to connecting not just rare resources from the Asian continent to parts of Europe but its importance as a source of cultural transmission cannot be understated. 477 more words
It’s a complicated question.
In the world of haute horlogerie, “most” is not a superlative that stands the test of time (pun intended). With watchmakers constantly trying to one-up one another, it is rare, or perhaps even unheard of, that any watch can lay its stake on the horological throne. 711 more words
Hello all! You may already know of the whimsies created by Dug North, and if you don’t, you’re about to discover some wonderful creations.
Dug North, toy automaton maker turned clockmaker, has decided to sell one of his marvels entitled Mekanikos vs. 152 more words