Alice Watch - Pocket Watch Configuration, Front

Watch which converts between a pocket watch an a wristwatch.

The watch is made from the oil-cap of a 1950s truck, found in a derelict building in Glasgow, part of a light-fitting found in the same place, a 1960s mechanical Rotary wristwatch, silver, 9ct gold, garnets, CZ, rare-earth magnets from a discarded electric toothbrush, black onyx, included quartz, an old key and is hand-engraved with motifs and quotations from "Alice In Wonderland".

The chain is made from found, corroded spring washers, found, corroded iron plate, a corroded steel ball-bearing, silver, tourmalinated quartz in a semi-natural crystal and a black spinel.

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