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Prior to 1800 clocks were entirely handmade, including all their parts, in a single shop under a master clockmaker.
Examples of these complex movements can be seen in the many longcase clocks constructed in the 16th and 17th centuries.
In 1865 James Jones Elliott of 156 Cheapside in the City of London, was apprenticed to "Bateman" of 82 St John Street, Smithfield, London., to learn the art of clock making.
He was appointed manager of the cabinet shop in 1967.
Ronald Elliott died suddenly in 1966, at the age of 54, his son Peter had joined the company in January of the same year, having been trained as an engineer at Vickers Instruments Ltd. ("H&H" is Harris & Harrington, the tubular chime maker/Elliott partner) Elliot movements were also sold by numerous American companies and installed in both English- and American-made cases including Walter H.
This original Elliott clock was very successful and resulted in considerable trade with America.
James Elliott's son, Frank Westcombe Elliott, was originally entering the retail trade as, when he was 17 years old, his father bought a partnership with a jeweller called Walden of Brompton Road, London.
As the art of making clocks became more widespread and distinguished, guilds specifically for this trade emerged around the sixteenth century.