Vintage Moeris Watch - Black Diamond Skull Fuck You Bracelet in Sterling Silver
A Dark Triumph™ vintage Moeris is a time-honored testament to the past, present and future. One-Eyed Jack unites this good condition converted Moeris pocket watch with a stunning Dark Triumph sterling silver skull and cross bracelet. This is a one-of-a-kind piece that was handmade with an attention to detail and quality rarely seen anymore. From the historically-inspired arch quatrefoil lugs to the Gothic links and the archaically handsome clasp, it all adds up to a combination that defines the significant rarity of this timepiece:
Handsome Vintage Moeris Watch:
- Original Moeris Pocket Watch converted to wristwatch with stainless steel custom case.
- Circa early 1900's in very fine condition
- Original Porcelain Dial customized with 'Dark Triumph' Logo
- Sightglass back to view this Magnificent Movement
- Gilt Louis XV Gilt Hands
- 48mm diameter case (without crown) x 15mm thick
- Swan Neck Regulator
- Swiss Made
Superb Quality 925 Sterling Silver Dark Triumph Bracelet:
- Arch Lugs w/ Menacing Rat Rod 'Skull in a Skull' Eye
- 1/4 Carat Large Round Black Diamonds in Left Skull Eyes
- Small Black Diamonds in 'Skull in a Skull' Eye
- Lugs are lined with 'Lightning Holes'
- FUCK YOU clasp with Death's-Head Skull Safety Clasp
- Alternating Death's-Head Skull & Square Cross Gotham Links
- Over 1/2 Carat Total Weight of Black Diamonds!
- Weight: ~ 230 grams total
- Length: ~23.5 cm/9.25 inches Total (unclasped)
- Fit, Inner circumference: 20cm/8 inches (clasped)
- If this is not your size, we can resize it for a nominal fee to ensure perfect fit!
Complete with Dark Triumph Leather Pouch
About Moeris Watches:
Fritz Moeri and Julius Frederic Jeanneret Saint Imier founded the Swiss watch company in 1883. It was a typical Swiss company with high standards and maintained its market position thanks to its strong philosophy. It achieved several notable technical achievements such as the Moeri’s patented, “non-magnetic lever movement with exchangeable parts. By the early 1920’s they were producing excellent chronographs and timers in addition to their fine watches. Moeris was one of the first watch companies that have started to make a wristwatch. During wartime, Moeris released military watch models for Germans. Moeris, has historically produced movements that are very beautiful. In 1970, Moeris was acquired by Tissot.