ladies wooden watchby Ken Lau $115.00
- the story
Wood You Happen to Have the Time?
A rich and organic statement, this watch is made of sandalwood, a reddish-brown wood with a beautiful flowing grain. Extremely lightweight and comfortable, this watch is a subtle way to bring the natural world into your daily life. Handcrafted in Canada. Stainless steel clasp. Uses Miyota 2035 movement from Japan. Battery included. Designed by Ken Lau.
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- Made from
- stainless steel, sandalwood
- Band: 7.75" L, Face: 1" dia x 0.39" D
- Adjustable band. Battery lasts 4 years. Takes a SR626SW battery.
Do not submerge in water.
Keep the watch in a cool, dry place and prevent both sun and water exposure.
- the maker
In 1957, Ken Lau started his profession as a clock designer. He was a pioneer of using natural materials, such as wood and stone, for designer clocks.
In 1968, Ken began designing watches, in addition to clocks. Relatively new to the watchmaking industry, Ken continued his efforts on using mainly natural materials for designs. In 1985 Ken designed his first wooden watch, a simple round watch made of Rose wood. And in 2000, Ken developed the Sandalwood watch line. He introduced his trademark watch, the wooden bracelet watch in 2002.
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