Winterthur’s Dominy Clock Shop and Woodworking Shop are reconstructions of shops used by the Dominy family, four generations of craftsmen who worked in East Hampton, New York, from the mid-1700s to the mid-1800s. Historic photographs and architectural drawings document the working environment of these rural Long Island artists. Objects representative of their work–clocks, chairs, case pieces, looking glasses, and tables–reveal their clientele’s taste for conservatively styled, well-crafted household furnishings. Displayed with those objects are the templates, machinery, and more than 800 tools used to produce them. This collection provides a rare opportunity to glimpse a typical working environment of rural craftsmen active two centuries ago."