Itay Noy designs watches and clocks – as we don’t do fashion accessories here on Tchochkes I’m going to tell you about his clocks. Table clocks to be specific. High end rather exclusive table clocks to be exact. Gorgeous, gold, kind of bling bling table clocks.
The Double Time clock (above) is my favorite of his collection (it’s also the most expensive – why is it always like that?) and costs $4,600 USD.
Itay studied at Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem, Israel and has his Masters Degree (M.Des) from the Design Academy in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Currently he teaches watch design at Bezalel.
His clocks are all hand made upon order and limited edition.
The Part Time clock (above) closes as well (below) and costs $3,700 USD.
Admittedly, I don’t get the point of being able to close it. I suppose this would be for travel – if you really want to travel with a $3,700 clock…
The Selective Time clock costs only $2,800 USD (I know, but when you consider the Double Time at $4,600 USD this almost seems like a bargain.)
I could see this as a graduation present. What do you think?
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