Dark Elf Watch
Drow have an admiration for stealth and guile, and works of great skill.
199 in stock
Elven watches are such a special and extraordinary design…
These watches are designed to emphesis on grace and slenderness of elven traditional art. They are derived of sub-elf races; Moon, Sun, Wood and Dark Elves. Each watch shows the main symbols, emblems, texture and color of these sub-races.
Elven watches also has elvish numerals instead of human arabic numerals.
Besides from regular water-resistant, battery watch specialities; Elven watches are limited edition art watches. Each watch is limited to 250 pieces.
Once all sold out, they will not be produced again.
The watch has a unique elven style. The big case of the watches give opportunity to see the artwork and the design. Also narrow suede bands provides a graceful and feminine looks.
The inside image specially designed with the motifs for each sub-elven-race and colored with watercolor by mainili .
The watch comes with its’ special elven pouch.
The case and the metal parts of the watch is antique plated. They are lead and nickel free; so they are non-alergic.
There is no logo inside the dial, the brand logo “mainili” is hidden behind the product.
Drow, also known as dark elves, are a dark-skinned sub-race of elves. Drow have obsidian colored skin and pale yellow (or pale golden), silver or white hair. This hair is carefully groomed and cared for by most drow and worn long with jewelry and other accessories decorating it.
Drow eyes are usually bright red, but some are known to have different colored, eyes such as blue, lilac, pink or silver. Like all elves, all drow are beautiful.
Drow are taught from an early age to trust no one, forging alliances only when they are confident that they can outmatch their ally if he/she decides to turn on them.
Drow have an admiration for stealth and guile, and works of great skill. They are encouraged to become warriors or arcanists. Drow scouts are also valuable for the early warnings of threats they can provide in the tunnels. Drow are also known for their allure, which can be seductive but is more likely used as a tool of fear.
All drow enjoy surrounding themselves with things of beauty, indulging in the most pleasurable of activities, including long nights of dinner and massages.
Some drow were fond of dances, a formal dance sometimes involving costumes.
Males who hope to find any place of power in society often resort to ends as treacherous as the women that rule the drow. It can be easy to imagine that drow females, by comparison, have it much easier but this is an illusion and their prestigious position within society comes at a high cost.
The drow love magical items of all kinds.
Spiders roam the streets in drow cities, acting as pest controllers, and larger ones are used to guard houses or as mounts for transportation.