L’Epée 1839 and The Unnamed Society are partnering to create a series of 100 unique pistol-shaped table clocks. The Pistol takes it bold look from the legendary Colt Bisley, a single-action revolver introduced in the late 1800s. One piece is available now at Goldsmith & Complications.
L’Epée 1839 and Fiona Krüger collaborate to create the Vanitas skull clock. Engineered and crafted by L’Epée and designed by Krüger, this charismatic cranium reminds you to celebrate life. As Vanitas loses power it starts to yawn, indicating it needs to be wound up. Though with a 40-day power-reserve, this monthly ritual will give you a moment to stop and take stock of the time you have.
With Time Flies, L’Epée 1839 pays tribute to the conquest of the skies and one of the most brilliant inventions ever made: the airplane.Time Flies is an eight-day clock in the form of a stylized 1930s plane, offering just enough structure to provide form, and just enough empty space to inspire our imaginations.