Monthly Archives: September 2015

Churchill’s WWII victory pocket watch sells for eight times its expected price tag at auction

Antique pocket watches for sale don’t come in much higher esteem than that of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and his was auctioned on Tuesday in London for €670,000 (£491,342).

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Recap: Autumn’s on the horizon, when do the clocks go back this year?

We might be pulling the plug on summer a fraction to soon, but we don’t think anyone would really notice, do you? So as autumn creeps in and the sun begins its daily routine of setting earlier, the age old question begins to do the rounds, “when do the clocks go back?”

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A picture of the mechanisms found within a watch.

Earth friendly artist uses vintage watch parts to create miniature sculptures and jewellery.

New Jersey based artist Susan Beatrice has created miniature sculptures and jewellery out of recycled vintage watch parts.

Her incredible artwork aims to inspire and attract followers of the 19th century industrial era, and carefully combines her imagination with her love for nature to create beautifully, intricate pieces.

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BADA appoint new Chief Executive Officer Role

The British Antique Dealers’ Association (BADA) has recently revealed that they have created a new position in the organisation, in the form of Chief Executive Officer, as part of their efforts to raise and improve their profile in the UK, and overseas, respectively.

The BADA logo in all its glory, an organisation Pieces of Time are proud to be associated with. Continue reading

It’s full steam ahead for the autumn Steam Gala upon its return to the Locomotion Railway Museum in Shildon

If there’s one thing that goes with pocket watches and particularly antique fob watches, it’s trains. So if you’re keen to show off your best timepieces then look no further than Locomotion in County Durham.

'The Old Lady' GNR Locomotive 1247 (built 1899). Continue reading