We believe these websites may be helpful to others with similar interests to ourselves but we do not necessarily support all of the views expressed on them. The Centre cannot be held liable for any viruses somebody might pick up if they take the links.
The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers An active City of London craft guild promoting horological education and training
The Antiquarian Horological Society Promotes the study of clocks and watches and the history of time measurement
The British Horological Institute The Examining Body for Horologists including a wealth of information available to members
The British Watch and Clock Makers Guild Promote the welfare of the horological trade generally
The St Albans Clock Club A club for both amateur and professional clockmakers which organises monthly lectures and other activities.
Horology – The Index Said to be the most extensive collection of horological resources on the internet.
EFHC is grateful to the following for their assistance but the links are offered without intending any endorsement of the businesses by the Centre.
George Daniels Educational Trust Encouraging Excellence in Clock and Watchmaking through Education
Clocks magazine The monthly magazine for clock collectors, repairers and makers worldwide
Cousins UK Clock parts, watch parts, tools, books and more
Quicktest Gold testers, magnifiers, jewellers loupes and tools, supplies for antiques dealers
Robert Loomes FBHI Antique clock restoration and repairs including painted dial restoration
Antique & Modern Repair and Sales of Clocks and watches in the North London and Hertfordshire area