Ok, my last one for now, I promise. Another one with it’s guts on display for all the world to oggle. Another double wrist wrap resulting in a cuff look that looks great on adventuring types, edgy ladies and gentlemen of daring!
A unisex design with a double strap wrist, this magnificent piece has it’s guts out for display. I love when you can see the watch’s inner workings.
From alfrescouniquegroup on Etsy.
An option for the more refined tastes. This watch doesn’t look like it’s been beat to hell and revived. A gorgeous design in gold with a more petite face, this watch is perfect for ladies.
The Invisible 2 by revolt70 on Etsy.
While I am not one to be drawn in by the fad of adding gears to an object and viola! claiming it is steampunk, this watch is too delightful not to be an exception to my own rule. Looking like it was buried under a pile of mud (or dung), run over by a truck a few times, dipped in engine grease and possibly set on fire, this watch has the perfect patina. How do they do it? On the other hand, maybe I don’t want to know…
The Deadland 3 by revolt70 on Etsy.
Another beauty in the realm of timepieces. Perfect for those of us who look for aesthetically pleasing as well as useful pieces. What’s more useful than a watch? And how awesome is THIS watch?
Mechtopia 3 by revolt70 on Etsy.
Moving along in my watch-fest for today. This little gem could double as an Aether Flux Capacity Reader or Chrono-hop Stabilizer; the sky’s the limit! I LOVE this one with it’s amazing details and rusty antiqued look. WANT!
Mechtopia 2 by revolt70 on Etsy.
Calling all Steampunks, Dieselpunks, Time Travellers and Eccentrics! Time to drool over some delightful watches that can stand up to engine grease, time jumps, and the occasional duel while still looking fabulous.
The Mechtopia 1 by revolt70 on Etsy
I’ll end my Worth post tonight with one of his most iconic design.
House of Worth | c. 1898-1900