Meet The Struthers: English Watchmaking The Old-Fashioned Wa

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Meet The Struthers: English Watchmaking The Old-Fashioned Wa

Postby koimaster » March 20th 2017, 9:23am

by Elizabeth Doerr

When you walk into the Struthers’s Birmingham workshop, you feel like you could be stepping a century back into the history of horology. Until you spy a few of Rebecca Struthers’s tattoos, that is.

And then you know you are in the here and now.

And that’s a good thing.

Because a century ago, Dr. Rebecca Struthers would never have been able to achieve the incredible first that she has just accomplished: she has been awarded the very first PhD in the history of horology.

The “el primero” of horological doctorates, so to speak.

The first doctorate in watchmaking in the entire history of watchmaking.

That’s a pretty big thing. ... -way-sort/


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Re: Meet The Struthers: English Watchmaking The Old-Fashione

Postby foghorn » March 20th 2017, 10:01am

They should call her Doc Clock.


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