When: Until 14th September 2018, 9.30am – 4.30pm
Where: Bonhams, 101 New Bond Street, London W1S 1SR
£: Free admission
What is it?
The Innovation & Collaboration Clock Exhibition brings together many historical clocks, seen together for the first time, and has already attracted visitors from across the globe.
Two private clock collectors have collaborated to stage the exhibition of early English clocks, at the prestigious venue of Bonhams in London, until Friday 14th September.
The exhibition will also feature third-party loans, including contributions from the Science Museum, the Clockmakers Company and the Collection of the 5th Lord Harris from Belmont House, amongst others. However, the majority of clocks are privately owned, so the specimens on display are very rarely seen by the public.
The exhibition includes five clocks by Samuel Knibb, the only five left to survive in the world; and the earliest Pendulum Clock with a fusee (that’s a cone-shaped pulley to you and I).
More info: www.clockexhibition.org.uk