The Ptolemeic Watch Uses the Sun and Moon to Determine the Time

By: Meghan Young - Published: Apr 2, 2014 • References: neatoshop & neatorama
While the Ptolemeic Watch may use the sun and moon to help people determine the time, it is not in as medieval a way as some may first think. The hands of the clock face simply end in images of such astronomical objects. In a way, the Ptolemeic Watch allows people be the center of their own universes more literally than is often encouraged by allowing the sun and moon revolve around them.

Available for purchase online at the Neatoshop, the Ptolemeic Watch boasts a Quartz movement and is finished with a leather strap that is fitted with a metal clasp. The face of the Ptolemeic Watch complements the celestial theme in an equally aged way that gives the entire design a bit of a Victorian vibe. Stats for Astronomical Time-Tellers Trending: Older & Mild
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