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Часы настольные "Астролябия"

Часы настольные "Астролябия"

Muslim desk clock.

Muslim desk clock.

"Дзюдо"

"Дзюдо"

Часы настольные "Спящий город"

Часы настольные "Спящий город"

"Time travel"

"Time travel"

"Time travel"

"Time travel"

"Time travel"

"Time travel"

Часы настольные "Соколиная охота" с годовым мусульманским календарем и турбийном ( серебро,живописная эмаль,виражная эмаль,змеевик)

Часы настольные "Соколиная охота" с годовым мусульманским календарем и турбийном ( серебро,живописная эмаль,виражная эмаль,змеевик)

Clocks " Falconry"

Clocks " Falconry"

Chess passion

Chess passion

Judaica

Judaica

Thief of time.

Thief of time.

Desk Set for Women

Desk Set for Women

"Monte-Carlo"

"Monte-Carlo"

"Zodiac"

"Zodiac"

Часы "Иерусалим-город трех религий"

Часы "Иерусалим-город трех религий"


Другие идеи
"Zodiac"

"Zodiac"

Часы "Иерусалим-город трех религий"

Часы "Иерусалим-город трех религий"

Часы"Ночь перед Рождеством"

Часы"Ночь перед Рождеством"

Часы настольные "Казино"

Часы настольные "Казино"

Часы настольные "Астролябия"

Часы настольные "Астролябия"

Desk Set for Women

Desk Set for Women

"Monte-Carlo"

"Monte-Carlo"

Часы настольные "Спящий город"

Часы настольные "Спящий город"

automaton

automaton

George III Paste-Set ormoulu musical automation clock circa 1780 signed by Peter Torckler $2,491,610

George III Paste-Set ormoulu musical automation clock circa 1780 signed by Peter Torckler $2,491,610

A GEORGE III ORMOLU MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL MUSICAL STRIKING EIGHT-DAY TABLE CLOCK MADE FOR THE OTTOMAN MARKET HENRY BORRELL,  A Swiss French Huguenot  LONDON, CIRCA 1790

A GEORGE III ORMOLU MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL MUSICAL STRIKING EIGHT-DAY TABLE CLOCK MADE FOR THE OTTOMAN MARKET HENRY BORRELL, A Swiss French Huguenot LONDON, CIRCA 1790

Ottoman Clock

Ottoman Clock

Prague Astronomical Clock 1462: The Ottoman engineer Taqi al-Din described a weight-driven clock with a verge & foliot escapement, a striking train of gears, an alarm & a representation of the moon's phases in his book The Brightest Stars for the Construction of Mechanical Clocks, written around 1556. Similarly to earlier 15th-century European mechanical alarm clocks, the alarm was set by placing a peg on the dial wheel at the appropriate time.

Prague Astronomical Clock 1462: The Ottoman engineer Taqi al-Din described a weight-driven clock with a verge & foliot escapement, a striking train of gears, an alarm & a representation of the moon's phases in his book The Brightest Stars for the Construction of Mechanical Clocks, written around 1556. Similarly to earlier 15th-century European mechanical alarm clocks, the alarm was set by placing a peg on the dial wheel at the appropriate time.

from The Book of Secrets by the Andalusian engineer Ibn Khalaf al-Muradi  The Book of Secrets is a manuscript dating back to the year 1000. It is a priceless manuscript, as it includes descriptions and drawings of more than thirty ingenious devices including mechanical apparatuses, water clocks, automatic calendars and war machines  http://www.leonardo3.net/leonardo/qma/index_eng.html

from The Book of Secrets by the Andalusian engineer Ibn Khalaf al-Muradi The Book of Secrets is a manuscript dating back to the year 1000. It is a priceless manuscript, as it includes descriptions and drawings of more than thirty ingenious devices including mechanical apparatuses, water clocks, automatic calendars and war machines http://www.leonardo3.net/leonardo/qma/index_eng.html

The water clock was invented in Ancient Egypt. The water clock was used to tell time and to measure speeches in the courtroom. The inventor of the water clock was Ctesibius, a Greek inventor from Alexandria, Egypt. Ctesibius just did not invent, it he also improved it by adding a float with a rack that turned a toothed wheel. He made the water clock make sounds like a whistling bird, bells, puppets, and other gadgets. Ctesibius lived and invented the water clock in the third century.

The water clock was invented in Ancient Egypt. The water clock was used to tell time and to measure speeches in the courtroom. The inventor of the water clock was Ctesibius, a Greek inventor from Alexandria, Egypt. Ctesibius just did not invent, it he also improved it by adding a float with a rack that turned a toothed wheel. He made the water clock make sounds like a whistling bird, bells, puppets, and other gadgets. Ctesibius lived and invented the water clock in the third century.