Panoramic Shop Views

I think these photos finally give one an idea of how I have spent the last 5 months of my life:

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I bet you can’t wait to see the shop in person!

Thanks to Niko Rodriguez for taking these photos!

6 thoughts on “Panoramic Shop Views

  1. Greetings from New Delhi, Really liked your restoration work. The tools are fantastic in the Hormon collection.  I am restoring a very early musical pocket watch with a quarter repeater. In this watch which is engraved and mercury gold plated.The  backplate is missing which had the repeating work. In this particular watch the repeating section is not under the dial as early swiss musical watches have. The repeating train is at the backplate. Would it be possible to communicate with you during the restoration.Otherwise never mind and sorry for the trouble. I am not a professional restorer but would like to get a professional advice then doing a bodged up job.This movement was completely rusted I am trying to give it a new life.  Greetings all the best. Yuri Reddi

    1. Hi Yuri,

      Thank you! That sounds like a very interesting piece – please feel free to send some photos – I’d be happy to give you some advice, once I am back in my workshop in Seattle. Very best,
      Brittany

  2. Many thanks Brittany for the great shop pictures. I can envision working on something with all that tooling available…..just amazing!! Tom Podnar–

    > Brittany Nicole Cox posted: “I think these photos finally give one an > idea of how I have spent the last 5 months of my life: I bet you can’t > wait to see the shop in person! Thanks to Niko Rodriguez for taking these > photos!”

    1. Hi Tom, You’re very welcome! I have spent hours imagining what it would be like to have this shop at my disposal to create whatever I wish…. possibilities are infinite.

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