Happenings François-Paul Journe And Osama Sendi To Lecture At The Horological Society Of New York
The marvel of resonance can be followed back almost three centuries inside the historical backdrop of horology and has been covered in secret for the greater part of this time. Found hundreds of years prior and comprehended by just a small bunch of watchmakers since, it is nothing unexpected that it stays a subject of contention. How might two articles, suspended in free movement, potentially synchronize themselves and better the exhibition of a watch? At the March 2, 2020, meeting of the Horological Society of New York , François-Paul Journe and Osama Sendi will talk about the historical backdrop of resonance in horology, its revelation and improvement, and Journe’s formation of the primary present day Resonance wristwatch in 2000.
F.P. Journe Resonance movement
F.P. Journe Resonance wristwatch
About François-Paul Journe
François-Paul Journe is one of the watch world’s most praised autonomous watchmakers. A three-time champ of the top prize at Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, he draws on his authentic information and skill to confront a portion of horology’s most trying difficulties. Journe says he established his free assembling in Geneva in view of one guideline: to develop and maintain, if not dominate, the elevated requirements of haute horology. The company produces, in house, practically the entirety of the components that go into F.P. Journe watches, including every one of its dials and cases.
About Osama Sendi
Known by the watch aficionado world as The Journe Guy, Osama Sendi is an enthusiastic authority and history specialist of F.P. Journe watches. Through his Instagram presence and site, TheJourneGuy.com , Sendi has become the transcendent wellspring of data on everything Journe. In 2018, Sendi composed a comprehensive piece about resonance since the commencement of horology and the advancement of the F.P. Journe Resonance models. Section one of this piece was the main story of Volume 61 of the NAWCC Watch & Clock Bulletin.
Monday, March 2, 2020, 6:00-9:00 PM at The General Society Library, 20 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036
Doors open at 6:00 PM; address starts immediately at 7:00 PM. Free tickets are needed to go to . HSNY individuals get need admittance to tickets.
All HSNY gatherings are free and open to general society, and all talks are video recorded.
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