Dec 21, 2019,10:58 AM

Always love to wear this piece on the shortest day, longest day, equinox, solar eclipse or lunar eclipse.

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Beautiful! [nt]

 By: LS : December 21st, 2019-11:22

Ed, did you download Marcus's book yet?

 By: russell996 : December 22nd, 2019-08:46
Wind the piece. First set the year using the dragon hand and moon disc position when calendar is set to Jan 1st - there is a chart in the book that tells you what year it is when the piece is set to Jan 1st by looking at the Dragon hand and moon position....  

Chart to set year

 By: russell996 : December 22nd, 2019-08:51

Yes, what he said. (nt)

 By: Ronald Held : December 23rd, 2019-11:30

Every time I see photos of your tellurium , my heart ❤️...

 By: GLau : December 23rd, 2019-07:52
stop beating !! What a grail UN !

Ed, that is perfect. 2020 is set.

 By: russell996 : December 25th, 2019-13:53
Now rotate the time backwards to get the moon back to 12 position. Today is a new moon. Once the moon is at 12, set the centre earth to GMT time. Then press left button to separate the hands from the GMT Cloisonné and set your local time. Then you are goo... 

Looks perfect to me Ed. 👍 I guess you are LA/SF time zone.

 By: russell996 : December 27th, 2019-13:47
Easy for me, GMT here. I always find it a wonderful 10 mins spent to get the Tellurium set - I used to keep it on a winder but somehow that took away the fun and it really is amazing to think you are viewing the real time position of the sun, moon and ear... 

😂😂 And it is great to see the differences.

 By: russell996 : December 28th, 2019-02:22
The original with Cloisonné enamel and the later with painted earth. Also looks to me like the blue finish of the hours, minutes and Perpetual concentric rings has been changed to black on the newer piece. Not forgetting the change from green to blue for ...