Eone Timepiece (Washington, DC, USA, founded 2012); Titanium, stainless steel; Courtesy of Eone Timepieces

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0303, Bradley Element Eone Timepiece, 2017

This timepiece has a round face with tactile markings. Two grooves—one around the side and one on the front—each hold a small ball bearing. Controlled magnetically, the ball bearings move around the clock face. The inner groove represents minutes; the outer groove represents hours. The timepiece is readable visually and by touch, enabling users to check the time silently without glancing at a device. Created by Eone Timepiece in Washington, DC.

Eone Timepiece (Washington, DC, USA, founded 2012); Titanium, stainless steel; Courtesy of Eone Timepieces
  • "Antibes" Watch, 1970
  • gold, steel (stainless), leather, glass.
  • Gift of the Designer - Charles Davidson.
  • 1994-46-1

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