2 edition of directory of Connecticut silversmiths and watch and clock makers found in the catalog.
directory of Connecticut silversmiths and watch and clock makers
John J. Fredyma
|Other titles||Connecticut silversmiths and watch and clock makers.|
|Statement||[by] John J. Fredyma.|
|LC Classifications||NK7110 .F68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 60 p.|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||73092353|
During the 18th and 19th centuries, Connecticut played a major role in the development of clock making. The story of the clock and watch industry in Connecticut begins in when Thomas Harland arrived in Norwich, Connecticut, from England. In his shop he repaired watches and made clock movements with brass gears and finely engraved dials. 1 Clockmakers’ Company Masters and their Apprentices. Transcribed from Atkins’ list of by Jeremy Lancelotte Evans Master. Trade/Co. Apprentice.
This article discusses popular clockmakers in New York in the 19th century, describing their craft and the types of clocks they made. It originally appeared in the May issue of American Collector magazine, a publication which ran from and served antique collectors and dealers.. Before the Revolutionary War, New York consisted chiefly of the Hudson River Valley. Name Address Period Subject ; Zoll, Benjamin: Dantzig: late 17c: hor. Profilet, E. Paris: hor. Trenchant try: Tranchant--hor. Tressler try: Trechsler.
(A brief document giving the working dates for at least two makers with the name John Shepley of Stockport and shows two photographs of a longcase clock by this maker.) Shepley, John of Manchester. This clockmaker or watchmaker has 1 trade directory entry listed on this site. Shepley, John of Stockport, Lancashire. Early Connecticut silver, by Peter J. Bohan (13 copies) The Book of Sheffield Plate: With All Known Makers' Marks by Seymour B. Wyler (12 copies) Guide to American Pewter (Illustrated with Markings) by Carl Jacobs (11 copies) American silver flatware, by Noel D. Turner (10 copies).
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OCLC Number: Notes: Five hundred copies printed. Description: iv, 60 pages 23 cm: Other Titles: Connecticut silversmiths and watch and clock makers. Get this from a library.
A directory of silversmiths, jewelers, watch and clock makers and related trades of Covington and Newport, Kentucky & vicinity, preliminary draft. [Michael R Averdick]. Connecticut Clockmakers of the Eighteenth Century E. Mitchell, - Clock and watch makers - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book Cheney Benjamin Hanks born Boston brass clocks carried cast Church Clock and Watch clock movements clockmaker clockmaker and silversmith clockmaker’s Compasses Connecticut clockmakers craftsmen.
in was the first clock / maker in Connecticut and is known as the father of clock / making in the state. Parmele's clocks contained brass works. After the Revolution brass was scarce and clockmakers turned to the use of wood. InEli Terry was granted the first clock. After the war he settled in his home town, Killingworth.
Elliott, John Aaron Sharon — He was first a printer and then learned the trade of watch- maker and silversmith. He also, for a time, resided in Red Hook, N.Y., and in Michigan, but returned to Sharon.
His name appears in Business Directory of Connecticut, published in Bell Benjamin High St. Uttoxeter Jeweler & silversmith Clock movement maker P.N.C. Bell John Butchers Row Ashbourne Watch & clockmaker Jeweler H.G.D.D.
Bladon Thomas Bradley St. Uttoxeter Clock & watch maker P.N.C. Blunt Edward clockmaker of Willington (un attributed).
About This web site, run by Rosemary Harrison-Smith with the help of Tony Harrison-Smith FBHI, was started in and it holds information that we have found about various clock and watchmakers, and so far records in its database.
The information comes from listings published in books and trade directories that we have in our library, giving dates that makers. Watch makers, clock peddlers, case makers, jewelers, label printers, dial makers, and inventors are listed. Entries provide working dates and a geographic location.
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Smith, John, clock-maker. Publication date Topics Clock and watch makers -- Scotland Publisher Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN.
There are two Kochmann titles: "Clock and Watch Trademark Index of European Origin", published by Clockworks Press, and an earlier book, "European Industrialised Clockmaking", published in by Antique Clocks Publishing.
Burr & Wood, clock, watch makers & silversmiths. No: 16 Clare Street, Bristol. Taken from a list of metal workers in the Bristol Directory, published by the Temple Local History Society. I have no other information. CARYL: Chistopher John CARYL: Watch maker: Chistopher John Caryl, watch maker.
An In-depth Study of the Cincinnati Silversmiths, Jewelers, Watch and Clockmakers, ThroughAlso Listing the More Prominent Men in These Trades from Until Elizabeth D. Beckman B.B. & Company, - Clock and watch makers - pages.
A century later, though, clock- and watch-making had all but disappeared from the state. That rise and fall is one of the state’s signature stories. Eli Terry’s Innovation. Connecticut’s clock and watch industry traces its roots to when Thomas Harland (), an English clockmaker, arrived in Norwich, Connecticut.
The success of the clock- and watch-making industries in Connecticut came about in an era when the state was just beginning to realize its industrial potential.
The availability of raw materials, navigable waterways, and the state's proximity to major metropolitan areas in the Northeast all fostered the growth of several industries in Connecticut, including clock and watch manufacturing.
Contains a list of more than 4, American clock and watch makers listing the places at which they were working and approximate dates. Cincinnati Silversmiths, Jewelers, Watch & Clockmakers, Beckman, Elizabeth D., Cincinnati: B.B. and Co., Connecticut Clock Technology of Joseph IvesRoberts, Kenneth D.
Bristol, CT: American. Clock and watch makers. This page is a stub - a compilation of notes and links. An article summarising the notes on the Scottish clockmakers, prepared by Sally Douglas, can be found here: The above watch was made by James Douglas of Chertsey in Described as: An 18 th Century English verge in silver pair cases.
Full plate fire gilt. self winding clock co. bristol conn. new england clock co. bristol conn. new haven clock co. new haven conn. north ethell & norris wolcottville conn.
s-northrop & smith goshen conn. s: parker clock co. meriden conn. He did considerable research on the silversmiths of western Kentucky and southern Indiana and was a major contributor to Silversmiths, Jewelers, Watch and Clock Makers of Kentucky (), authored by his friend, Marquis Boultinghouse.
Jerome began working seriously on a similar book about the silversmiths and related tradesmen of Indiana. Indiana Silversmiths, Clock Makers and Watchmakers, By Jerome Redfearn This is a MINT copy of the scarce, now out-of-print book, which was published in This hardcover book contains much information on newly discovered silversmiths and clock makers.
The following is a list of American companies that produced, or currently produce known, the location of the company and the dates of clock manufacture follow the name.An illustration of an open book.
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An illustration of text ellipses.14 Bohan, Peter and Hammerslough, Philip, Early Connecticut Silver, 15 Cutten, George, The Silversmiths of Georgia.
16 Carlisle, Lilian Baker, Vermont Clock and Watchmakers, Silversmiths, and Jewelers. 17 Cutten, George Barton, Silversmiths of Viginia. 18 New York State Silversmiths. 19 Fales, Martha Gandy, Silver at the Essex Institute.