By Ashley Davis
Ashley.Davis@nationaljeweler.com
As art, antique and design fair Masterpiece London gets underway, we’ve found ourselves turning our attention to Somlo Antiques.

On view at the antique watch specialist’s booth is a contemporary clock by Tom Sole of Sole of London, maker of objets d’art.

The “Rotating Dial Mystery Clock” won a Jacques Cartier Award earlier this year from the Goldsmith Craft and Design Council. It is a hand-wound mechanical clock with an eight-day power reserve.

The clock is made of 18-karat white gold, guilloche enamel, mother-of-pearl and diamonds.

In the video below, watch the numbers pass through the covered segment at the base of the clock face--they rotate to show the next number in the sequence.

Sole of London’s Rotating Dial Mystery Clock is available at Somlo Antiques. Price is available upon request.





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