Happenings: Christie's International Head Of Watches John Reardon To Lecture At The Horological Society Of New York On Making A Career In Watches

Happenings: Christie's International Head Of Watches John Reardon To Lecture At The Horological Society Of New York On Making A Career In Watches

For individuals hoping to break into the watch world expertly or those basically hoping to utilize their horological information to create some income, this talk will share accounts of various industry insiders and the numerous ways individuals take be important for this entrancing overall community. It’s not one you need to miss.

About John Reardon

John Reardon first got intrigued by quite a while and watches while interning at the American Watch and Clock Museum in his old neighborhood of Bristol, Connecticut, where he learned clock fix and reclamation. While completing a degree in history and dialects, he functioned as a curatorial aide at the Willard House and Clock Museum in Grafton, Massachusetts. His enthusiasm for all things horological got him to the bartering scene New York during the 1990s where his scholarly and commercial center went to watches. In 2001, he joined Patek Philippe USA and become a prominent writer, author and analyst altogether things identified with the popular Swiss assembling. Following 10 years with Patek Philippe, he rejoined the bartering scene and is by and by the International Head of Watches at Christie’s . He is a contributing essayist for the “Life And Times” highlight in the Patek Philippe Magazine and has composed three books on the historical backdrop of watches, most outstandingly Patek Philippe in America: Marketing the World’s Foremost Watch.

John Reardon, International Head of Watches at Christie’s.

All HSNY addresses are free and open to general society. Entryways open at 6:00 PM; address starts immediately at 7:00 PM. For more data, visit HSNY’s site .

Monday, February 6, 2017, 6:00-9:00 PM

HSNY at the General Society Library, 20 West 44th Street, between fifth & sixth Avenues, New York, NY 10036

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