rhea137:

Personal registration of time passing

These previously owned wind-up watches have their hour and minute hands taken out. The seconds pointer is left alone, ticking, these become the first watches that don’t tell the time, but instead tell the user that time is passing. The daily act of winding the clock work mechanism now becomes an exercise in awareness and a reminder of the personal choice to try and live life to its fullest.

Chopard (by Véronique3)

Chopard (by Véronique3)

(via The Automata Blog: Sandalwood wrist watch made from 50 hand-cut pieces)

 …hand-cut sandalwood does make up the the band’s links, bezel, crown, case, and case back. Nearly everything you can actually see is made of real wood. Despite the fact that you can buy one of these for yourself for $139.95, no two are alike…

The Gentleman’s Sandalwood Watch.

(via The Automata Blog: Sandalwood wrist watch made from 50 hand-cut pieces)

 …hand-cut sandalwood does make up the the band’s links, bezel, crown, case, and case back. Nearly everything you can actually see is made of real wood. Despite the fact that you can buy one of these for yourself for $139.95, no two are alike…

The Gentleman’s Sandalwood Watch.image

Benrus Watch Ad, 1960 (by alsis35)

Benrus Watch Ad, 1960 (by alsis35)

meeshme:

 R O L E X

meeshme:

R O L E X

the 1960s-1968 ad for Lip watch (by april-mo)

the 1960s-1968 ad for Lip watch (by april-mo)