May 3, 2011
by Ariel Adams
Picture this: a rather large table with a clock that rises out out the column style leg through the center of the table. The clock slowly rises up when a sensor is hit with light – meant to be activated by the morning sun. When the clock “chapel” finishes its ascent a series of sections open up like a flower to reveal a “mystery clock,” earth and moon planetarium, and a giant tourbillon that spins on three axis points. That is more of less what the “Mystery of Time” clock by Timekeeper Chronometrie and Atelier Knesebeck in Germany is all about. These artistic luxury horology creations are super limited, and super expensive. You also better have a spare room to put it.
Read more about the Mystery of Time clock in my full article on James List here.