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The Misako Mimoko Watches are Deceivingly Made of Porcelain

 - Jun 10, 2012
References: misakomimoko.blogspot & etsy
These timepieces by Misako Mimoko look like real watches from afar, but they are in fact made of porcelain and elastic watchbands. They come in a multitude of different colors and widths, and are definitely distinctive pieces of jewelry.

These artistic watches were made by Eva Monleón; her works are simple and imaginative. The artist likes to create fun pieces, which in a way reflects her personality. Her jewelry and items are great for children and grownups who don't want to "grow up" per- se.

So if you decide to sport one of these faux watches by Misako Mimoko and someone decides to ask you for the time, you can have a little chuckle while advising them that you haven't got a clue. These timepieces would make for a great conversational piece.