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24 Oct

A new DVD is available, which charts the completion of a working replica of John Harrison’s H4 navigational timepiece. To watch a three minute trailer or to purchase a copy go to,

24 Oct

The 2016 George Daniels Lecture, Wednesday 30 November, 6.30pm-9pm, University of London, Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0HB. Book your free place:

28 Aug

Material house LBS are the latest company to offer their support to the Guild. The London-based Company have been supplying watch straps, batteries and horological tools for over 30 years.

Tel: 01992 470369

10 Jul

Dear Guild Members,

George Daniels
08 May

The George Daniels Educational Trust[1] was George’s vision to assist those training for careers in the fields of horology, civil engineering and

£29m conservation plan for Elizabeth Tower announced by UK parliament
28 Apr

UK Parliament has announced a three-year programme of essential works to conserve the Elizabeth Tower, the Great Clock and the Great Bell, also known as Big Ben, which is due to begin in early 2017.

These works will:

17 Nov

Our Industry is faced with anti-competitive practices, and it is very difficult to be entirely open about the actions we are taking to combat these, without potentially handing an advantage to those who are intent on enforcing them by whatever means at their disposal.

01 Apr

Below is the report from the April edition of the Guild magazine "Time Piece". Please also click HERE to download the article by James Buttery published in the April edition of Watch Pro magazine.

Representing and Supporting the British Watch and Clock Industry

The Guild is the representative organisation for Professional Horologists in Britain. We involve ourselves in any issue that is relevant to supporting the Trade. We work to help ensure that Watch and Clock Makers are able to earn a fair living for their efforts, and that Consumers get proper value for money when buying time pieces, or when having them Serviced and Repaired.

If you earn all or part of your living from Horology, then you should be a member of The British Watch and Clock Makers Guild. If you are a consumer wanting to buy a Watch or Clock, or have an existing one serviced or repaired, look for our Membership Certificate at any outlet you visit. 

Membership of The British Watch and Clock Makers' Guild is by election and is available to those who are professionally engaged in any branch of horology and allied crafts. A Membership Certificate is issued to all members immediately after being elected to membership.

Membership applications forms can be downloaded from the membership link.

brief history of The British Watch and Clock Makers' can be found elsewhere on our site.

The site contains a geographical list of links to Guild members with websites, it also contains links to other related websites.

Those wishing to purchase materials for their clocks or watches; books on Horology will find links to material houses and booksellers on this site. 

People interested in Horology will find some suggestions for visiting museums and stately houses with Horological collections.

The Guild regrets that they do not undertake research or give information on specific types of watches or clocks or their makers to non Guild members.

The British Watch and Clock Makers' Guild is not to be held responsible for any advice or product that is part of any advertisement within this or any linked web sites. Such responsibility lies solely with the company or individual advertising.

Click here for contact details of The British Watch and Clock Makers' Guild.


1 Sep 2016

Inside this latest issue of TimePiece you will find letters, a members’ page, a business section, book review, lots of horological news, a couple of features, diary column, advertising and a free buy , sell, swap corner – something for everyone.

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