Related formsclock·mak·ing, noun
Examples from the Web for clockmaker
John Mason was a maker about 1760, and his father, Timothy Mason, was a clockmaker before him.
The knowledge of what manner of man was this old Scottish clockmaker adds a pleasure to the contemplation of his work.
The place buzzed like a beehive and ticked like a clockmaker's.
The second clock may have been the last project on which the priest and the clockmaker worked together, for very good reasons.
He was, moreover, a clockmaker by trade, and always wore spectacles.Toronto of Old|Henry Scadding