Table clock ‘Requiem’: made by L’Epée 1839 and designed by Kostas Metaxas
The table clock Requiem with an 8-day movement created by L’Epée 1839 and designed Kostas Metaxas is a piece of true art that tells the time and reminds mankind of Memento Mori. But first lets celebrate life with this artistic creation and everyday eye-catcher.
The stunning sculptured skull not only tells the time but also wants to remind you of the long lasting credo of Memento Mori which literally translates as “remember that you are going to die”. It reminds man of the humility he must show in the face of eternity. But let’s celebrate life with this kinetic sculpture that tells the time. Look in it’s wondrous eyes and be amazed. It measures nearly 19 centimeters (7.4 inches) in height and weighs about 2 kilograms (6 pounds). It is made of cast aluminum which is then perfectly finished off in the Swiss workshops of L’Epée 1839.