Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet hired artist Krzysztof J. Lukasik to create a gift for clients that showed the various elements of the movement.

A $30,000 luxury watch has a lot going on inside, and Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet wanted their clients to learn more about their purchase. Gizmodo reports that the artist Krzysztof J. Lukasik was hired to create a special object that revealed the inner workings of the skeleton watch.

Lukasik created 19 metal chips, each one showing how the moving elements of a skeleton watch work together. If you held all the chips together on your wrist, it would look like the face of a skeleton watch, and the chips enable you to ‘peel’ back the watch layer by layer.

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