The latest from Mr. Jones‘ ever-weird watch workshop draws inspiration from solar and lunar dials of the 17th century. Again fooling with perceptions of time-telling, Mr. Jones’ “The Observatory” watch splits the standard 24-hour day into 12-hour phases — the sun hand indicates the hours from 6am until 6pm, while the moon hand covers between 6pm and 6am. This unorthodox format is placed on a four-color photo separation of the earth, with a revolving golden comet hand representing the minutes. Limited to just 100 hand-numbered editions, look for this watch from Mr. Jones here now.
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