Watches And Bracelets And Rings And Things – OHS104

As much as I love the idea of wearing watches, bracelets, and rings (and other male accessories for the hand) I struggle with it a bit. I spend a fair amount of time viewing and investigating how men wear jewelry on the hand and wrist. We see all types, styles, and flavors from post-modern minimalist to I-wear-a-ring-on-each-finger underground off mainstream sub-culture guy.

As much as I love watches and rings, I do not wear them as much as I would like. This is a one-handed paradox for me. I feel it is a good idea to show off and adorn my one hand. And at the same time I am hindered by the presence of things on my finger and wrist. This has not stopped me from having a small collection of pre 1960 vintage and antique mechanical Bulova wrist watches and a few rings. I just find it hard to move and articulate with them on my body. This podcast shares the weird yet functional perspective I have about watches and bracelets and rings and things. 

Show Notes:

  • The weird yet functional perception I have about wearing watches, bracelets, and rings.
  • My deep love of Bulova watches came from my father. As did wearing rings.

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