ГОСТРЕСТ ТОЧМЕХ Москва.RUSKI SAT IZ 1917-1920
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Gostrest Tochmech Moscow / Гострест Точмех Москва
Throughout Imperial-era Russia, the watchmaking industry consisted only of several small workshops and enterprises, usually assembling watches using parts made abroad. Due to a lack of technology and equipment, it was cheaper and more efficient to import unfinished Swiss and German ebauchés, then compete the assembly in local Russian workshops. This assembly was undertaken by specialized independent watchmakers appointed by the Imperial Court, such as Pavel Buhre, Heinrich Moser, and Henry Kahn. The watches produced for the Court featured beautifully-crafted porcelain and enamel dials, and cases made from nickel, brass, silver, or gold.
In 1918, a year after the Bolshevik Revolution, the entire Soviet industrial infrastructure was nationalized. All independent watchmaking workshops were confiscated by the State, and the original owners were eventually forced to withdraw from the market. (Paul Buhre temporarily relocated to Riga in an attempt to continue producing signed timepieces for the State, but ultimately could not maintain independence in the socio-political climate of the era.)
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