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“You will never find time for anything. If you want time, you must make it.” Charles Buxton

there's something so elegant about an antique locket or pocket watch.

Watch accompanied by a chatelaine, late 18th century, Jean-Antoine Lepine (1720-1814) Watchmaker; Hologer to the King in 1774/75    **Notice the lovely miniatures, perhaps of the ladies it once belonged to.

Watch accompanied by a chatelaine, late century, Jean-Antoine Lepine Watchmaker; Hologer to the King in **Notice the lovely miniatures, perhaps of the ladies it once belonged to.

Old Pocket Watch and Key _ Artistically, patina is that enchanting green that illustrates the Passage of Time and imparts an historic character.

Pocket watch - aged patina - & key 'steampunk' necklace by UmbrellaLaboratory

“Time is dead as long as it is being clicked off by little wheels; only when the clock stops does time come to life.” ~ William Faulkner

Pocket Watch - Up until the start of the century the pocket watch was the time piece of choice (the wristwatch was considered feminine and unmanly). Bring back the pocket watch!

Old Clock  By diamonds_in_the_soles_of_her_shoes

It's Tea Time.old books, old clocks, &.old tea cups. Did I mention I have a clock fetish.

Keys♡

The photo above shows vintage metal locks and skeleton keys. There’s even a double-lock!

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