About The Navigator
The Navigator is a tribute to clockmaker John Harrison (1693 – 1776) who made the world’s first marine chronometer. His unique timepieces made it possible for the first time for British naval officers to accurately calculate their longitude position.
This technical breakthrough gave an extraordinary advantage to the navies of Great Britain in their quest for global exploration, trade and Empire. This unique story is revealed by Dava Sobel’s best-selling book and the movie “Longitude”.
The rhythmic movement of the pendulum balances brings the Navigator to life. This flagship product is handmade in our workshops and available with a choice of gold, rhodium or black chrome plated finishes.
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About The Congreve
The Congreve, or Rolling Ball Clock, is named after its inventor Sir William Congreve and is a favourite of clock collectors. The original clock was presented to the Prince of Wales in 1808 and is part of the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace.
The handmade fusee movement is available with a choice of gold or rhodium plated finishes.
To find out more information on The Congreve please visit Comitti London website: