America's first watchmaking guild, founded 1866

 

The Horological Society of New York is a nonprofit organization in continuous operation since 1866. Members are a diverse mix of watchmakers, executives, journalists, auctioneers, historians, salespeople, and collectors, reflecting the rich nature of watchmaking in New York City. 

Advancing the Art and Science of Watchmaking

 

 
Benjamin Clymer, Founder & Executive Editor at HODINKEE, speaking at the Horological Society of New York. Photo by Atom Moore.

Benjamin Clymer, Founder & Executive Editor at HODINKEE, speaking at the Horological Society of New York. Photo by Atom Moore.

Past president Henry Fried instructing students on lathe work. Photo courtesy of the Brooklyn Public Library—Brooklyn Collection.

Past president Henry Fried instructing students on lathe work. Photo courtesy of the Brooklyn Public Library—Brooklyn Collection.

MEETINGS

Since 1866, the Horological Society of New York has met monthly for lectures and social events.

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Education

Since 1950, the Horological Society of New York has taught watchmaking to the public for free.

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