Sculptures That ‘Show the Beauty of Each Watch’

Berd Vay’e suspends vintage parts in Lucite shaped like skulls and baseball bats — a way to show ‘passion for watchmaking in ways that extend beyond the wrist.’

“We wanted to preserve history.” Eduard Kurayev was talking about Berd Vay’e, the business that he and Albert Akbashev, a friend from their high school days in New York City, founded in 2014. “We wanted to show to the world the beauty of each watch.”

The company suspends vintage watch parts in Lucite, creating limited-edition sculptures that sell for $3,500 to $49,000 in 50 stores in locations including the United States, Dubai and Hong Kong — and on the forthcoming e-commerce section of

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