Is the art or science of measuring time. Clocks, watches, clockwork, sundials, clepsydras, timers, time recorders, marine chronometers, and atomic clocks are all examples of instruments used to measure time. In current usage, horology refers mainly to the study of mechanical time-keeping devices, while chronometry more broadly includes electronic devices that have largely supplanted mechanical clocks for the most accuracy and precision in time-keeping.

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Ron's Atmospheric Clock


We encourage all of our customers to share their projects with us, all of the following information and images have been kindly donated by our customers.

The quality, personal skills and enthusiasm show through all the time.

We are privileged to show the following: -


Wall mounted regulator clock

with an eight day duration movement. 

It has a mercury compensating pendulum, jewelled pallets and a silvered engraved dial. 

The case measures   63” x 13”  x 7” and is in fiddleback mahogany.




Floor standing regulator clock

It is of eight day duration,

  and has a mercury compensating pendulum and jewelled pallets. 

  Case is 72”  x 18” x 11”, made of Spanish mahogany with a carved fret to front of door.


Large three train bracket clock

with moon and date work. 

Quarter chiming on eight bells.

Each moon has been custom painted to depict maker’s daughters and seascape and rural scenes.    

Case and bracket  measures  48”  x 20”  x  12”.

It is made from burr walnut veneered onto mahogany. 

 The brass frets are backed with red velvet.







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