As some of you are aware I sometimes accept restoration/service work IF it is "interesting to me". This piece Breguet 4587, sold in 1825 is a very small pocket watch, 38mm diameter and 5.90mm thick with a Breguet ruby cylinder escapement. These are rarely seen so I felt some would be interested in s
For quite some time I have been working on a list of descriptions that would prove helpful in defining what "Hand Made" and other such phrases truly mean to both the collector and the independent maker. Recently Independent watchmaker, Kilian Leschnik in Germany posted an excellent list and explanat
As you see no CNC for me, all made traditionally using hand operated machines. Initially I will use it to make the watch plates and bridges and possibly wheels and pinions. The Aciera is a very accurate machine.
After years of searching I now have a new and never used Aceria F1 milling machine. It came with some accessories but not all, now I am on the hunt for W12 collets and a rotary table. I set it up yesterday, oiled the spindle as I am sure after 50 years the old oil, even contained within the spindle
I took the covers off my Rover P6B and as it was a nice day with clear skies decided to not only but polish her too. It has been a while since I last polished her and it looked so good I thought “time for a photo” and why not place The White watch on the hood/bonnet as well.