Inspired by the culture of Caribbean Pirates during the golden age of the 18th century, the Pirate Tonneau collection watches incorporate many pirate design elements. Different from the traditional round and square watches, this collection adopts the barrel-shaped element that is very typical in pirate culture as the unique case shape of the watch.

Inspired by pirate spirit

Skeleton is the most common element among pirates. Our inspiration for incorporating the skull into the watch comes from the skull and the hourglass, which are the two most classic elements of the Jolly Roger. In my opinion, the skeleton not only represents death, but also represents a new beginning. It can also be said that changing fate is the pursuit of a new life. On the other hand, the skeleton is also a symbol of strength, the eternity of life.

 

 

The Jolly Roger watch we designed hopes that people can boldly pursue themselves, be true to themselves, enjoy the fun of life and have the courage to break through the shackles of the world. The sentence that impressed me -

"The big challenge is to become all that you have the possibility of becoming. You cannot believe what it does to the human spirit to maximize your human potential and stretch yourself to the limit." — Jim Rohn.

The joli rouge is designed in 3 colors: black, green, and gold.

Black

The most iconic color among pirates. Pirates’ clothing, sails, and flags are all unified in black.

Ghost green

According to folklore, sailing at night will encounter ghost ships emitting mysterious green flames. Interestingly, the skull in the watch dial also glows green at night.

Gold

Of course, it is the representative color of pirates favorite gold. After this gold has been toned, it has become a niche but special watch color.

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