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 (hô-rŏl′ə-jĭst) also ho·rol·o·ger (-jər)
One who practices or is skilled in horology.
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Noun1.horologer - someone who makes or repairs watcheshorologer - someone who makes or repairs watches
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
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This 2011 limited edition model displays the horologer's exquisite mastery of the art of engraving, creating an intricate world of arabesques and leafy curves.
So, when at this year's annual watch and jewellery fair in Basel, Switzerland, MP- 05 LaFerrari was unveiled by the Swiss horologer, watch aficionados spoke of it for days to come.
To commemorate the 190th anniversary of French horologer and inventor of chronographs Nicolas Rieussec, Montblanc has launched a piece that's set in blued steel.