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August 27, 2007

Out of Time Watch

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The Museum of Modern Art's Design Store calls it the "Timeless Bracelet" but that doesn't begin to approach the power and possibilities of this wonderful creation by Ina Seifart, which I simply cannot prevent myself from buying.

Some things really are irresistible.

But I digress.

From the website:

    Timeless Bracelet

    Seifart plays with the trend in which watches are increasingly being used as fashion accessories rather than as a way of telling time.

    This timeless bracelet is made from stainless steel and has a traditional fold-over clasp.

    Made in Germany

    7"L.

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Just the faintest echo of Cartier's stylish Santos belt buckle.

But Seifart's take is a heckuva lot cheaper and, to my way of thinking, far superior even if the two were priced identically.

I remember once reading that the pupil should always exceed the teacher, if the teacher is any good: in that case, Cartier's done a good job.

$150.

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In his book "Class," Paul Fussell proposes that the less information a watch gives you, the higher your social position. Powerful people have staff to keep track of such meanial details as time. And, if you're powerful enough, you become a standard of time unto yourself, with all others adjusting their schedules to fit you.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Aug 27, 2007 10:10:38 AM

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