A wonderful combination of art & fascinating mechanics, in homage to John Harrison
…. where the time honoured skills of traditional English clockmaking meet modern technology to create some of the world’s finest clocks.
Each clock embodies at least three of the basic principles from Harrison's first Sea Clocks
Chiming every quarter of an hour culminating in a fascinating hourly spectacle
A miniaturised version of the Great Wheel Skeleton Clock includes an inegral bevelled glass case & base
In homage to James Condliffe of Liverpool, this clock highlights our attention to detail & finishing
The movement is visually light & graceful. Each hand painted moonphase dial is unique
The superb artistry in this clock typifies the French Horologists of the late 18th Century
William Congreve's principle for the measurement of time using a rolling ball escapement is reflected here
Probably the most classic of clocks made by Sinclair Harding is the Table Regulator
Our English Chiming Bracket, entirely handmade with beautifully engraved back plate & dial
Embody every feature of fine design and are tailored for each customer making a unique family heirloom
3D Solidworks CAD software enables fully modelled clocks to be created before any machining takes place
Engineering drawings and CNC machine programmes prepared from the 3D Models
Every part is hand finished to the highest possible standard, even the parts you cannot see
All parts are cleaned and visually inspected for imperfections prior to Gold or Rhodium plating
Careful assembly and checking of functionality at each stage sees the clock grow before it begins its life with its first tick
Each clock is monitored for two weeks and electronically tested before a final mechanical and visual inspection
Our clocks can be seen in exclusive outlets throughout the world.
Please visit our Retailers page for a complete list.