Tem⋅po⋅sco⋅pi⋅um

[tɛm⋅po⋅skˈəʊ⋅pi⋅əm] noun

 

From the latin words Tempum (“Time”) and Scopeo (“to guard”).
Something which guards the value of Time.

A Temposcopium has the shape of a common watch, but it won’t work the way a watch works. A Temposcopium has no gear nor battery, its hands are still and won’t ever tick around, but still a Temposcopium will always tell the truth about Time.

for we do not need to measure Time,
we just need to be present

Side view of the Temposcopium Tempus Floret III
Detail of the bee on Temposcopium Ora et Labora
Side view of Temposcopium Quod Est Tempus
Detail of the strap of Temposcopium Hic et Nunc III
Detail of the dial of Temposcopium Panta Rei
Detail of the dial of Temposcopium Tempus Floret II
Side view of Temposcopium Timeless
Detail of the crown embroidery on Temposcopium Hic et Nunc
Detail of the dial of Temposcopium Tempus Floret
Detail of the dial of Temposcopium Memento Mori
Detail of the dial of Temposcopium Il tempo vola
Shopping Basket