Memoria Technica is an independent Seattle based workshop offering a range of services, including conservation and restoration of automata, singing birds, mechanical magic, mechanical music objects, and complicated clocks and watches. Our treatment options range from a quick assessment and stabilization to full, in-depth conservation and analysis. We also offer bespoke services, including guilloché and custom manufacture for magicians.
We work for private individuals, institutions, government agencies, auction houses and others. We maintain public clocks, restore family heirlooms, make bespoke objects for clients, teach, and more.
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All classes at Memoria Technica are hosted or taught by founder Brittany Nicole Cox. Occasionally, she is able to bring together experts in the field to develop unique classes.
Classes focus on the art of guilloché (engine turning) and range in skill level. We also offer private tuition.