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Welcome to Issue No. 4 of the Memoria Technica Workshop Newsletter!

This newsletter includes updates about class offerings, the horological lecture series, featured conservation projects, new-making whimsies, and other workshop news.

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Yours sincerely,
Brittany Nicole Cox
Join us at Memoria Technica this April for both Intermediate and Beginner's Engine Turning. 

Beginner’s Engine Turning | Tutor: Brittany Nicole Cox ($450) + $15 materials fee | Limited to 4 Students |
March 31 & April 1 | April 7 & 8  
April 10 & 11 | April 14 & 15

This class provides students with a basic understanding of engine turning and simple pattern development. Students leave with a set of 5 brass guilloché medallions with different patterns. Whether students are looking into watch dials, jewelry, or are just curious about guilloché work in general, this class offers a good foundation and prepares one for Intermediate classes.This class is taught on two resident Lienhard engines from the Bulova watchmaking factory. 

Engine Turning II | Tutor: Brittany Nicole Cox ($650) + $15 materials fee | Limited to 4 Students | Pre-requisite Beginner’s Engine Turning | April 21 & 22 | April 28 & 29

This class is designed for those with a rudimentary knowledge of engine turning or guilloché work.  Learn how to integrate divergent patterns, work with borders, lay out work that requires more than one center, and other advanced concepts. Whether you are interested in making watch dials, jewelry, pens, or decorative arts this class will further your understanding and skills. The projects will vary depending on the students interest. This class allows the use of an elliptical chuck and other attachments. Each student will leave with at least one completed project, such as a writing pen or ring. This class is taught on two resident Lienhard engines from the Bulova watchmaking factory. 

Other Announcements
Cochlea, (Snail)
I wanted to share the exciting news that I recently completed my first automaton in the Medieval Bestiary series, which was on display at the Museum of Arts & Design in NY from October 2018- March of 2019.

It was a tremendous amount of work and I'm super proud of it. Now I just have to find the time to continue the series!

If you're interested in supporting or owning one of the series, you can contact me at
Two New Enamel Pins
Cochlea Pin!

AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER: This limited edition black nickel and white hard enamel pin with screen printed detail comes in at 35mm across and is finished with two pin backs and the Memoria Technica logo on the back. A celebration of the first automaton by Brittany N Cox, she is super proud of it and basically couldn’t stop herself from making a super cute pin version. $10 


Clockmaker & Magician Robert Houdin’s Orange Tree Pin 

This limited edition hard enamel pin with green glitter detail comes in at 62mm tall, as the handkerchief emerges. Just as in real life, as Houdin’s tree would produce a handkerchief carried by two butterflies, the pin features a movable component that conjures the past in the same fashion. As if appearing from the tree itself, the handkerchief rises to reveal the ring (or other article) vanished by the famous magician. The handkerchief can be worn in the up or down position. $15

Pre-order Cochlea or pick up a Houdin pin here
The MADE lathe comes in at 55mm in rose gold with black hard enamel. $15 VERY FEW LEFT!

The pistol set comes with two matching pistols 35mm in length and different colored birds made with soft enamel, and yellow gold. $20

The Swan set features the silver swan and his captive golden fish. The fish comes in at 28mm and is made with gold and red & black hard enamel. The Swan is 32mm in length and is made with polished nickel and hard black enamel. This set also comes with an optional chain back so that they can be linked as a sweater clip or collar set. $20

The Memoria Technica logo, designed by artist Katy Hargrove, is 50mm and made with yellow gold, and hard black and white enamel. SOLD OUT
Memoria Technica Enamel Pin Series
Keeper of Time Documentary
Filming with the Keeper of Time documentary crew and Director Michael Culyba at the end of December.

Check out the upcoming documentary which sets out to explore the history of horology, mechanical watchmaking, and the very concept of time itself. With interviews by watchmakers Roger W. Smith, Roland Murphy, F. P. Journe, yours truly, and more! 
Guilloché Baubles from the Workshop
New sterling silver guilloché coasters! These 3" coasters are 18 gauge solid sterling silver backed by cork and can be ordered individually or in pairs. They come in a variety of both straight line and rose engine patterns. Mix and match to create your own unique set.
Starting at $200 each. 
Another round of mineral stands are in the works! So if you missed picking up one of these little hotties, they'll be available again soon. 
Sacred Geometry - Second Edition
After selling out of the limited run of the Sacred Geometry coloring book, I've released a second edition! In addition to the original patterns, we have added another 17, making 88 unique patterns. 
The front and back cover are pressed with white and silver foil. The binding is spiraled white metal wire, allowing the book to lay flat as you color. The book is printed on 180lb uncoated white paper – so your coloring utensils won’t bleed through and colors stay true. This book is limited to 300 copies and is handmade here in Seattle Washington.
Available Now

“Let us draw an arrow arbitrarily” - Arthur Stanley Eddington, The Nature of the Physical World, 1928

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