SEARCH IN THE ENCYCLOPEDIA
Schools, basic elements, technique, institutions, museums, watchmaking societies & clubs, people
The HOROPEDIA project aims to list the most extensive watchmaking knowledge and to share it with as many people as possible. The transmission of knowledge is at the heart of this approach so that no skill can be lost in the years to come.
The technical chapter represents the most ambitious section of HOROPEDIA as the subject is vast, even infinite. But this site includes the presentation of the various Swiss and international watchmaking schools, as well as portraits of key players who have left their mark on this industry, the presentation of museums, institutions linked to watchmaking or watchmaking clubs and societies around the world.
Find here all the watchmaking terms sorted alphabetically covered by this encyclopedia.
HOROPEDIA aims to be a federative, totally neutral and independent organization, for the benefit of the art of watchmaking in the broadest sense.
The Foundation is born
Hello friends, It's been a while, but we're back on track with our mission to transmit the know-how of watchmaking to a broader extent. And we're proud to announce that HOROPEDIA FOUNDATION is officially established. We also launched English and German versions of...
THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING!
Today marks an important step in the HOROPEDIA project with the publication of the first version of our website. We have spent months working on it and our first objective has been to structure all the information that we want to provide...
BECOME A CONTRIBUTOR
HOROPEDIA is a participative knowledge platform and we invite all those who wish to contribute to this adventure of sharing watchmaking knowledge to join us.
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