Damaskeening is a process of decorating watch plates and parts. The lathe polishes or scratches a design into the plate.
This lathe was used by the Hamilton Watch Company as late as 1937. When it was first made or used, is unknown.
This lathe was used specifically to decorate winding and setting wheels.
Donated by Robert Ravel, NAWCC #2568 84.84.12
This unknown engine is from 1768.
An unknown English rose engine.