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(Louis) Delecoeuillerie, also called Delecoenillerie, was a Belgian clockmaker, active at Tournay/Doornik, Belgium, in...
Arnoux was a French clockmaker, active in Paris, in the period of the Empire style, that flourished between 1800 and...
Neuburger & Sohnen was a 19th century clockmaking firm from France that was likely based in Paris.
Joseph Windmills was free of the Clockmakers Company in 1671 and its master in 1702. He took his son Thomas into...

Barraud

1727 - 1880
Barraud was a family of watch and clock makers, originating from Philip Barraud of Angoulême who settled in Greenwich...

Handley & Moore

1798 - 1824
Handley & Moore was a partnership between clockmakers George Handley and John Moore of Clerkenwell Close, based in...
Robert & Courvoisier (La Chaud de Fonds, Switzerland) are Swiss clockmakers / watchmakers. The firm was founded in...
Ellicott & Taylor were clockmakers and watchmakers. Sometime between 1803 and 1806 James Taylor became a partner in the...
Adriaan d’Baghijn, also called Adriaan de Baghijn or Adriaan van de Baghijn, was a longcase clockmaker, active in...
Thomas Bassnett was an English artist and active around the end of the 19th century in Liverpool. His workshop was...
Louis-Isidore Choiselat, often referred to as Choiselat-Gallien, was an important French bronzier who worked in the...
Coeur & fils was a clockmaker based in Paris, France, active in circa 1795-1800.
Antoine Coliau was a French Louis XVI clockmaker who lived in the 18th century. He worked at the rue du Mail in Paris...
Ferdinand Engelschalk (Prague 1680- probably 1755 Friedberg) was as a clockmaker and active in Prague between...

Andreas Hohwü

1803 - 1885
Andreas Hohwü was born in Gråsten on the German/Danish border as the son of clockmaker Thomas Howhü. He later became...

Julien Le Roy

1686 - 1789
The name Julien Le Roy points at an ancient family of prominent clockmakers in Paris. Julien Le Roy (1686, Tours,...
According to Charles Allix (in the book 'Carriage Clocks: Their History and Development'), this firm was founded in...

Hubert Sarton

1748 - 1828
Hubert Sarton was active in Liège, Belgium, as one of the great watchmakers of the late 18th- early 19th century. He...
Johannes Cornelis Stoffels was a graphic designer, decorative arts craftsman, jewelry designer and furniture designer....
Allin Walker was a Clockmaker from Amsterdam. He was employed around 1750 in Amsterdam and London. His workshop...
Joseph-Thaddeus Winnerl was an Austrian chronometer maker, established in Paris.