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Watch, The: Hand Work Ve. .has been added to your Cart. Henry F. Piaget was born near Neufchatel, Switzerland, in 1804. After a brief sojourn to England, where he married the former Ann Sophia Rogers, Piaget settled in Brooklyn during the 1830s and worked as a watchmaker. He died July 1, 1883, at the age of seventy-nine. Recognized as an authority on the craft of watchmaking, Henry F. Piaget holds a prominent place in both Swiss and American manufacturing. Today the Piaget brand is widely heralded as some of the best craftsmanship in the world.
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by Piaget, Henry F. ISBN13: 9781589803893. This ury essay by a master craftsman compares the methods of making timepieces by hand or by machine and explains the merits and deficiencies of each.
The history of American watchmaking is a microcosm of the history of American manufacturing. It is at its heart a story of the factory system producing interchangeable parts on automatic machinery. More broadly its rise and fall mirror that of the factory system as a whole. By embracing that system watch companies were able to create affordable watches for the newly established middle class and create good jobs for millions of men and women across the country. Because of competition within the industry watchmaking underwent numerous innovations including railroad standards.
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This late-nineteenth-century essay by a master craftsman compares the methods of making timepieces by hand or by machine and explains the merits and deficiencies of each.
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