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mb&f is a creative label based around one very simple and fundamental ideal: to assemble dedicated collectives of talented horological artisans, artists and professionals – all friends – to design and craft each year a radical and original horological masterpiece.
the mb&f m.a.d.gallery is a captivating universe of kinetic art where horological machines and mechanical art devices reign supreme. inside the gallery, not only will you find the complete range of mb&f’s horological machines and new legacy machine no.1, but you’ll also have the pleasure of discovering carefully-curated pieces – or, as mb&f like to call them, mechanical art devices – from around the world, each one making your heart beat that little bit faster.
baer & bosch auctioneers is a premiere auction house of modern and vintage timepieces, pocket watches, clocks, horological ephemera and books. sell and buy watches such as patek philippe, omega, rolex, cartier, vacheron constantin, and audemars piguet.
the canadian clock museum opened to the public in deep river, ontario in late may of 2000 as canada's only clock museum. this non-profit, private museum operates as a federal corporation dedicated to preserving and promoting the products and history of canada's many clock manufacturers and sellers from the early 1800s to current times.
at pacific antique clocks we are specialists in fine antique english longcase grandfather clocks, wall clocks and bracket clocks, french decorative mantle clocks, and other fine quality antique clocks. we sell horological books and undertake clock restoration of the highest standards and provide professional appraisals of antique clocks.
mcneil jewelers was formed in 1946 when the founder robert d mcneil came home from service in world war ii and attended the western pennsylvania horological institute for watch making. known as the gi jeweler, bob and his wife josephine began the business in small storefronts in the downtown norwich area specializing in watch repair and carrying a variety of gift items. as the business grew more jewelry lines were added. in 1974 mcneil jewelers moved to a much larger showroom at 25 south broad street in the heart of the downtown norwich business district. james joined the company in 1974 and patrick in 1979. bob and josephine retired in 1982. today james and patrick “the boys” continue to service the watch and jewelry needs of the area with the same passion as their parents and strive to provided that service with honesty and integrity that is the mcneil family tradition.