Each Nunc is unique, as unique are marble patterns.
The metal case, casted from the highest grade 316 stainless steel, carries a prestigious black Marquina marble stone. The wooden packaging, hand-crafted with traditional tools, is designed to transform into a pot, where you can plant the seed of Moringa, also known as the Tree of Life.
All of the handcrafted elements ensure that each Nunc is like no other and carries with it its own sense of flair. Rare and exceptional.
Be present. The time is now.
Designed in Sweden. Made in Italy.
Country of origin Italy
Case material Stainless steel 316 machined from a single block
Stone Black Marquina marble with natural finish
Strap and case color Silver
Case thickness 5.5 mm
Diameter 38 mm
Strap width 20 mm
Packaging Handcrafted wooden Fraxinus pot with Moringa seed
Water resistance Yes
SIMPLE WAYS TO USE YOUR NUNC AS A PART OF YOUR PRACTICE
HOW TO PRACTICE Activate your senses.
Touch the stone on your nunc and recognise its very being. Feel the textures, the temperature. Feel the energy flowing between you. Reflect upon yourself and become aware of your breathing. Observe the rhythm and feel your body become more energised with each breath. Allow everything to be. Feel yourself truly embracing the present moment and recognising that the time is now.
When was the last time you had a moment of absolute presence?
Your Nunc becomes a strong statement, a way of life: a reminder to be present, to capture opportunities as they present themselves. Ancient Stoics condensed their interpretation of living in the moment in two polarizing formulas: the satisfaction of desire through Carpe Diem [hic et nunc, here and now] and the cultivation of self-awareness [memento mori, remember you have to die].
CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
We are trying to keep our CO2 footprint to the minimum by leveraging artisanal processes and materials, with most of our partners in Italy within a short drive from one another. We have estimated that the production of one timepiece creates 1.8kg of CO2e.
Our goal is to over-compensate our carbon footprint impact. For this reason we have decided to support the Swedish organization Vi-Skogen, active in planting trees in developing countries, while taking local populations out of poverty.