The French Revolution also reinvented how time was measured: now the day was divided into ten hours, an hour into 100 minutes. Time for new clocks and watches.
They may be from the past, but the future belongs to them: we have bought and sold rare vintage jewellery for more than 50 years.
[Translate to English:] René Beyer blickt auf ein turbulentes Jahr zurück und wünscht sich auf ein Kreuzfahrtschiff (oder zumindest in die Ferien).
It wouldn’t have lasted much longer: the yellow skeleton clock from our museum was in need of a thorough restoration.
It ticks in time with the atomic clock: the gold clock that hangs outside the shop is listed and holds a secret.
René Beyer meets Dieter Meier: at Ojo de Agua, they take a trip back in time before diving into 3,400 years of watch history.