There seems not much room left for normal watch on market. Most people choose to not wear watch at all for the left small portion, they either have those high-tech smart watch, or very unique and usually luxurious watch. The lunar watch is definitely representative of the latter group. Crafted from olivine basalt that was collected on the surface of the moon by the Soviet Luna probe in 1974, the chunky timepieces are hand-crafted in Switzerland and only 25 units will be made. The rock used to make the watch was claimed to be 4.5 billion years old, from right around the time the Moon and Earth are believed to have formed – older than any life on our planet. It also comes with an Italian black leather strap, sapphire crystal face, and stainless steel case back. Each watch comes with a certificate of authenticity and is priced at $27,500. It is definitely one of a kind watch.
The trend of animal inspired jewelry can be traced back to 2013, many famous fashion houses address their jewelry collections to the animal world topic. Polar bear, crab, peacock, owl or turtle, from sky to sea, desingers intergrate all those animals you can or can not think of into their jewelry designs. Here, we picked some our favorite ones. Take your time to look through these jewelry and choose the pieces that will accentuate your beauty.
Designed and developed by Van Cleef & Arpels and Dutch watchmaker Christiaan van der Klaauw, Midnight Planétarium is a gergous watch design that allows you to wear a little piece of the Solar System on your wrist. This intricate device replaces hands of a watch with six tiny planets orbiting around a central rose gold Sun.
Personally, I am not a watch person. However, I really don’t mind wear the “Ninja Time“, the new cool watch designed by Andy Kurovets. This little beast has two “eyes” which show the hour and the minute, while the rest of the watch is dedicated to framing them in a way that looks assuredly ninja in style! The entire casing is made from molded plastic, the dials controlled by the ninja’s “ears” so you can set the time whenever you like. I know it will be a bit tricky to read time by the position of eyes. But you can’t deny it will definitely be an eye-catcher on your wrist. Unfortunately, this watch is only on a conceptual level, as far as I know. But with a little luck, Andy will be able to find some funding for his project and we can ninja our time a little bit better. [source]