Announcements: The Horological Society Of New York Opens Its First Office And Classroom
West 44th Street somewhere in the range of fifth and sixth Avenues in Midtown Manhattan is conversationally known as Club Row, since it houses the Harvard Club , New York Yacht Club , Penn Club and General Society just to give some examples. The celebrated Algonquin Hotel , the most seasoned ceaselessly working lodging in New York City, is at number 59 West 44th Street. This stretch is a cut of old New York that lives on today. Also, presently, there is another occupant on the square. The Horological Society of New York (HSNY) as of late opened its first perpetual office and homeroom on the fifth floor of the milestone General Society working, at 20 West 44th Street .
The homeroom is furnished with six cutting edge watchmaking seats, where understudies realize what makes a fake watch prices tick at horological schooling classes each Tuesday and Thursday night. The homeroom likewise fills in as an office for the Society’s developing group , and houses the Society’s broad library . Likewise, the workplace houses the watchmaking seat of Henry B. Singed, including his unique instruments. (The New York Times depicted Fried as the “dignitary of American watchmakers” in his eulogy and HSNY’s grant for American watchmaking understudies is named for Fried.)
Henry B. Seared’s watchmaking seat and tools
“The craftsmanship and study of horology is a lot of alive,” said Edwin M. Hydeman, HSNY’s Executive Director. “We are glad to be so engaged with horological schooling with our own space devoted to the art. It is so compensating to see such countless ages discover an appreciation for watches and our expert group is completely committed to proceeding with this undertaking that started 152 years ago.”
HSNY’s office and homeroom is situated at 20 West 44th Street, Suite 506 . Office is open by arrangement only.
HODINKEE is a patron of the Horological Society of New York.