An antique Caravelle watch movement from the 1930’s is placed within a round calendar piece of another watch. This is then attached to an adjustable, metal ring base.
As is normally the case, it appears that this antique watch movement was cannibalized for some of its parts to fix a different watch. Although the absence of that round piece enables you to see deeper into the workings of this mechanism. The movement has […]
This ring is made using a watch movement from the Hayne Watch Company. The movement was made in the 1920’s and still has the original crown and stem attached. This piece was coated in resin and has 3 purple Swarovski crystals on top of it. […]
A rectangular, antique watch movement has a coat of resin on top. There are 4 red Swarovski crystals on top which compliment the original rubies, which are still intact in the mechanism. This is attached to a polished, metal, adjustable ring base.