The sphere-watch is held by a round ring-shaped hinge and the ball can easily rotate in it if moved around. It resembles the general construction of the Time Turner device used in the Harry Potter story - only that instead of an hourglass the rotating part in the middle is an actual watch.
The idea of an hourglass I implied in one of the charms I made in the shape of an hourglass using two flowery beadcaps and two faceted crystal beads. I also paired the watch with a vintage oval-shaped Swarovski crystal bead in stunning violet color and Aurora Borealis coating. Never used in jewelry before this crystal bead was produced back in the time when Swarovski company was under the name K.S.&Co.
The small button on the top of the watch can be used to adjust the time if gently pulled upwards and twisted around. When you've adjusted the correct time only push the button downwards.
The sphere of the watch measures 7/8" [2.2 cm] in diameter.
The entire watch - orb and round hundge included - measures 1-2/8" [3.2 cm].
The hourglass-like pendant measures 1-1/8" [2.8 cm] in length.
The vintage Swarovski crystal bead measures 6/8" [1.8 cm] in length.
The chain closes with a lobster claw closing and measures approximately 20" [58.4 cm] in length.
In some occasions the chain could be slightly different, but it would be the same antique brass tone, the same length and as nice as the one shown in the pictures if not nicer.
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