The name Tellurium is from the Latin for Earth: tellus.
The interesting description of this watch is very 'telling' too!
This quote is part of the official description of the watch on their website:
The watch rotates Earth in its true geographical shape seen from above the North Pole!
The description continues:
"The time-telling device works in quite a strange and unusual fashion." - (Not the way globe-earthers are used to, but the way it would work in the Flat Earth model)...
"With a flexible spring bending from the Tropic of Cancer to the Tropic of Capricorn to reveal the part of the Earth lit by the Sun and to indicate the time and place of sunrise and sunset."
Note the mention of the 'dragon' -
Moreover, the moon rotates around the Earth in real time and the included dragon hand indicates the eclipses of the sun and the moon.
(You can see his little green head on one side of the dial, and the tail on the other.)
Also see below the mention of expensive and hand-detailed components -
This perpetual calendar completes one turn each year. The timepiece sports a platinum case, with a genuine enamel cloisonné dial.
The Tellurium J. Kepler includes sapphire crystals and a very expensive (and good-looking) leather strap.
Limited edition, only 99 units available.
See 'official' description for this watch here: