Paul Gerber Collaborated with a Japanese Brand to Create Watches

 - Jul 19, 2016
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These Japan-inspired watches were created in a collaboration between Paul Gerber and the Japanese company Koransha.

The watches are limited edition and have porcelain faces, setting them apart from other timepieces on the market. The porcelain faces are covered with Japan-inspired motifs such as bonsai trees, dragons and small beautiful flowers. The watches are simple and elegant, while still maintaining detailed and individual designs with the Japanese art they are adorned with. Paul Gerber collaborated with Japanese company Koransha thanks to its large fan following.

These intricately designed watches are accompanied by a hefty price tag -- costing approximately $46,000 dollars. For those who can afford the high cost, these beautiful watches are worth it for their unique, limited edition design.