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Wide Band Leather Watch


wide band leather watch
    leather
  • an animal skin made smooth and flexible by removing the hair and then tanning
  • whip with a leather strap
  • A piece of leather as a polishing cloth
  • Leather is a durable and flexible material created via the tanning of putrescible animal rawhide and skin, primarily cattlehide. It can be produced through different manufacturing processes, ranging from cottage industry to heavy industry.
  • A material made from the skin of an animal by tanning or a similar process
  • A thing made of leather, in particular
    watch
  • Secretly follow or spy on
  • a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
  • look attentively; "watch a basketball game"
  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time
  • Keep under careful or protective observation
  • a small portable timepiece
    wide
  • Of great or more than average width
  • across-the-board: broad in scope or content; "across-the-board pay increases"; "an all-embracing definition"; "blanket sanctions against human-rights violators"; "an invention with broad applications"; "a panoptic study of Soviet nationality"- T.G.Winner; "granted him wide powers"
  • having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other; "wide roads"; "a wide necktie"; "wide margins"; "three feet wide"; "a river two miles broad"; "broad shoulders"; "a broad river"
  • with or by a broad space; "stand with legs wide apart"; "ran wide around left end"
  • (after a measurement and in questions) From side to side
  • Open to the full extent
    band
  • Surround (an object) with something in the form of a strip or ring, typically for reinforcement or decoration
  • bind or tie together, as with a band
  • set: an unofficial association of people or groups; "the smart set goes there"; "they were an angry lot"
  • Mark (something) with a stripe or stripes of a different color
  • Put a band on (a bird) for identification
  • instrumentalists not including string players
wide band leather watch - THE "MIDNIGHT"
THE "MIDNIGHT" 3" WIDE AGED BLACK LEATHER WATCHBAND / WRISTBAND
THE "MIDNIGHT" 3" WIDE AGED BLACK LEATHER WATCHBAND / WRISTBAND
THE "MIDNIGHT" 3" WIDE AGED BLACK LEATHER WATCHBAND / WRISTBAND Beautifully aged, slight weathered look. It's made with 3" wide aged premium top grain aged black leather with full stitching around entire band, with aged metal watchband fasteners. Great looking just as a wristband or cuff, with the bonus of being a watchband, nice biker, western, or just to kick around in look. Heavy-duty 3/4" nickel silver buckles. Fits wrist sizes 7" to 8 3/4". (Larger or smaller sizes available). 3" wide. Fits watchband size 3/4" to 7/8" (post width, where watchband connects to watch), watch length 1 3/4" (1 3/4" is the most common size in men's watches) watch face, wristband, post to post. Watchband comes with (2) double shoulder, 3/4" spring bar, band attachment pins. (Larger size pins available, up to 15/16"). Price is for one leather watchband with spring bars, *watch is not included. Great wrist support. The more you wear it, the better it looks. 100% top grain leather. Built to last a lifetime. Made in the USA. Gallery quality artifact reproductions and leather works, since 1987...

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Dana Jade 2
Dana Jade 2
Dana Jade at The Buffalo bar 259 Upper Street London N1 London Dana Jade is an an official member of the all-girl, alt choir Gaggle. She's got major love for her 22-strong band mates, but she's ready to own the spotlight. Its no suprise then that the raven-haired, Strat-rocking femme fatal is preparing to carve out a place for herself as solo artist. Dana was born and raised in tropical Trinidad, spending summers in New York where her father had relocated after her parents divorced. This pancultural upbringing exposed Dana to a dazzling set of sounds where she managed to absorb everything from riot grrrl and soca to blues and 90’s grunge. Whilst her older brother was on his way to becoming the number one model child heading for a doctors degree, Dana was nurturing the seeds of rock and roll rebellion; with this kind of charisma and a thoroughly sulty growl, Dana is a natural. Her parents steered young Jade towards learning respectable Presbytarian piano songs, but Dana had already found her instrument of choice – she was wide-eyed over the electric guitar. Looking back, Dana can see parallels between her own teenage willfullness and that of the young Joan Jett, recently portrayed to great acclaim in the hit box office biopic The Runaways. A gum chomping, punked-out leather jacket clad Jett takes her battered 6 string to a tweedy guitar tutor who insists that a girls should stay in the unassuming terrain of gentle folk strumming. Jett of course, is having none of it, a stubbornness Dana can relate to. “I had to change guitar tutors four times before I found someone who knew what rock was”. One even tried to teach her from a book annotated with special diagrams instructing girls how to hold their guitar without losing their lady-like pose. Needless to say, he didn’t last long. Whilst she was mastering the fuzzed out barre chords she's now perfected, Dana found herself responding to the eloquently gritty sounds of Tori Amos and PJ Harvey. “PJ is till my biggest influence really” Dana discloses, so it goes without saying that she was pretty proud to have opened for Harvey’s erstwhile cohort John Parish during the summer. Dana cherished these strong women voices, especially when island life meant feeling a little cut off from the musical culture in the West. “It took me awhile to get to people like Patti Smith because you don’t get to hear people like her on the radio when you grow up in Trinidad”. She did, however, get to hear Madonna. “And thank God I did, because I didn’t know you were allowed to be ballsy if you were a girl until I heard her”. The Tropical Trinidad flavours of soca and reggae can sometimes be found in her music beat-wise, though they only began threading into her music once she’d emigrated to London back in 2002. “You feel things differently once they arent around you anymore”. Mostly, it was the charged feminist themes Dana heard in Harvey’s music and the religious rhetoric in Tori's lyrics that she thrived on. She named one of her first song's 'Priestess', a title she's adopted for her in-progress DIY record label. ‘Priestess’ represented something of a spiritual emancipation for Dana, a growing sense of frustration at how women were made subservient, even vilified, in orthadox religion. “It really pissed me off. Especially with the Catholic Church. They're obsessed with Mary; she’s revered and sacred, but by their own definition could never be a priestess. I hated the hypocrisy of it.” Armed with her Fender Strat Midnight Wine, a distortion pedal and that distinctive voice. Dana set to work. She found herself returning to one theme in particular. “Lust!” she exlaims. “Rock and roll is an African American euphemism for fucking. Rock stars are meant to be sexy; I don’t think there is anything wrong with that. So can we please have some of that libidinous, raw, gutsy rock & roll I fell in love with in the first place?” Jade has an enduring admiration for rebel rouser Courtney Love, and shares a penchant for challenging the status quo. “I get despondent when I watch music TV. I just don’t see or hear anything I can connect to”. Channelling the raucous thrills of 90’s is part of Dana's power, but she’s equally forward-thinking, as her first single – a bright, bold cover of MIA’s ‘Galang’ shows. She's had some major label interest, but is adamant about doing things on her own terms, and plans to stay as independent as possible. In fact, her mantra - “Music or death” sums the singer's ethic with a fierce simplicity. “People tend to recoil a little when they hear it, but I really have no interest in doing anything else”.
Dana Jade 4
Dana Jade 4
Dana Jade is an an official member of the all-girl, alt choir Gaggle. She's got major love for her 22-strong band mates, but she's ready to own the spotlight. Its no suprise then that the raven-haired, Strat-rocking femme fatal is preparing to carve out a place for herself as solo artist. Dana was born and raised in tropical Trinidad, spending summers in New York where her father had relocated after her parents divorced. This pancultural upbringing exposed Dana to a dazzling set of sounds where she managed to absorb everything from riot grrrl and soca to blues and 90’s grunge. Whilst her older brother was on his way to becoming the number one model child heading for a doctors degree, Dana was nurturing the seeds of rock and roll rebellion; with this kind of charisma and a thoroughly sulty growl, Dana is a natural. Her parents steered young Jade towards learning respectable Presbytarian piano songs, but Dana had already found her instrument of choice – she was wide-eyed over the electric guitar. Looking back, Dana can see parallels between her own teenage willfullness and that of the young Joan Jett, recently portrayed to great acclaim in the hit box office biopic The Runaways. A gum chomping, punked-out leather jacket clad Jett takes her battered 6 string to a tweedy guitar tutor who insists that a girls should stay in the unassuming terrain of gentle folk strumming. Jett of course, is having none of it, a stubbornness Dana can relate to. “I had to change guitar tutors four times before I found someone who knew what rock was”. One even tried to teach her from a book annotated with special diagrams instructing girls how to hold their guitar without losing their lady-like pose. Needless to say, he didn’t last long. Whilst she was mastering the fuzzed out barre chords she's now perfected, Dana found herself responding to the eloquently gritty sounds of Tori Amos and PJ Harvey. “PJ is till my biggest influence really” Dana discloses, so it goes without saying that she was pretty proud to have opened for Harvey’s erstwhile cohort John Parish during the summer. Dana cherished these strong women voices, especially when island life meant feeling a little cut off from the musical culture in the West. “It took me awhile to get to people like Patti Smith because you don’t get to hear people like her on the radio when you grow up in Trinidad”. She did, however, get to hear Madonna. “And thank God I did, because I didn’t know you were allowed to be ballsy if you were a girl until I heard her”. The Tropical Trinidad flavours of soca and reggae can sometimes be found in her music beat-wise, though they only began threading into her music once she’d emigrated to London back in 2002. “You feel things differently once they arent around you anymore”. Mostly, it was the charged feminist themes Dana heard in Harvey’s music and the religious rhetoric in Tori's lyrics that she thrived on. She named one of her first song's 'Priestess', a title she's adopted for her in-progress DIY record label. ‘Priestess’ represented something of a spiritual emancipation for Dana, a growing sense of frustration at how women were made subservient, even vilified, in orthadox religion. “It really pissed me off. Especially with the Catholic Church. They're obsessed with Mary; she’s revered and sacred, but by their own definition could never be a priestess. I hated the hypocrisy of it.” Armed with her Fender Strat Midnight Wine, a distortion pedal and that distinctive voice. Dana set to work. She found herself returning to one theme in particular. “Lust!” she exlaims. “Rock and roll is an African American euphemism for fucking. Rock stars are meant to be sexy; I don’t think there is anything wrong with that. So can we please have some of that libidinous, raw, gutsy rock & roll I fell in love with in the first place?” Jade has an enduring admiration for rebel rouser Courtney Love, and shares a penchant for challenging the status quo. “I get despondent when I watch music TV. I just don’t see or hear anything I can connect to”. Channelling the raucous thrills of 90’s is part of Dana's power, but she’s equally forward-thinking, as her first single – a bright, bold cover of MIA’s ‘Galang’ shows. She's had some major label interest, but is adamant about doing things on her own terms, and plans to stay as independent as possible. In fact, her mantra - “Music or death” sums the singer's ethic with a fierce simplicity. “People tend to recoil a little when they hear it, but I really have no interest in doing anything else”.

wide band leather watch
wide band leather watch
THE "HENRY'S" AGED BLACK LEATHER 2" WIDE WATCHBAND
THE "HENRY'S" AGED BLACK LEATHER 2" WIDE WATCHBAND This is really a great looking watchband and really comfortable to wear to, made from 2" wide premium grade aged top grain black leather that has been fully stitched for that classic look. Vented pattern, for looks and comfort. Comes with aged nickel silver eyelets, and aged nickel silver heavy duty snaps (snaps are great for watchbands, easier to put on, and take off than straps and buckles, and they hold) fits wrist sizes 7 1/4" to 8 1/2". Fits watchband size 3/4" to 7/8" (post width, where watchband connects to watch), watch length 1 3/4" (most common size in men's watches) watch face, wristband post to post. Watchband comes with 2 double shoulder 3/4" spring bar attachment pins. (Larger sizes available, up to 15/16"). Price is for one leather watchband with spring bars, **Watch is not Included**.... 100% top grain leather. Built to last a lifetime. Made in the USA. Gallery quality artifact reproductions and leather works since 1987.

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