These tigers might be lovers or battling enemies, depending on why you're watching the clock. Flip up the orange tiger's head to check the time...are you running late to get ready for that juicy date tonight? Good God, has your boss been rambling for more than an hour? Time to go!
A bracelet version of this piece by Kenneth Jay Lane pops up in various colors on the vintage market; in fact the KJL company still sells it new. The secret watch, however, is an especially juicy find. These lovely tigers snoozed in the original cushioned box for most of their prior life. They can't wait to start a new life of adventure, roaming the wild with you!
Vintage metal and resin. Made by Kenneth Jay Lane, 1980-90's. Marked on the watch face and back panel. Mint condition with a new battery. Fits up to a 6.5" wrist - but the hinge makes room so this can definitely be worn on a slightly larger wrist if you don't mind a snug fit.
Like most cats, tigers are solitary animals. They don't form packs or families. Adults only together to fight or mate, but in some cases tigers might socialize a little bit with past lovers.
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