style number: 1977349
Inspired by Victorian Design
The perfect miniature, 13-hour Lunar time fob watch and its accoutrements from the Victorian era, ingeniously cuffed and pinned around the fortunate dandy's ear.
Inscribed with 'Hora Morti' - the 'Hour of Death', and on the cuff the Latin phrase reads 'Tempus Fugit, Tempus Moritur' - 'Time Flies, Time Dies'.
Uncle Albert knows there are 13 lunar months to the year . . .A miniature pocket watch pewter stud with glazed dial, chained to a pewter cuff, and hanging from the fine albert chain are a clockwork key and a bronzed shield fob.
Inspired by Classic Scientific Instrument Design
Working miniature of Circa 18th instrument to measure the direct path of destiny between specified heavenly bodies; pewter and brass.
Fibonacci's Golden Spiral Pendant
For 5,000 years the Golden Mean has been a central tenet of technology, and decoded by Fibonacci in the Middle Ages for the future exploitation of Dr. von Rosenstein and our Renaissance forefathers; the Fibonacci sequence is engraved upon the reverse.
A flat, antiqued pewter, Renaissance-style scientific instrument pendant in the form of a Nautilus shell, with overlaid etched brass detail. The necklace comes on a 21"chain.
Inspired by Victorian Style:
A Victorian mad man's dream, or a futuristic creation of great ambition and genius? A monstrous, though benevolent, steam-powered mechanical dragon of frightening proportions, represents the might of industrial progress.