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“I think of The Wizard Of Oz, in which the Wizard tells the Tin Woodman, “Hearts will never be practical until they can be made unbreakable,” to which the Tin Woodman responds, “But I still want one.” The Wizard gives him a watch to carry as a beating heart, and Paul Forrest Co. takes the metaphor one step further into reality.”

-Jack Forster, Hodinkee

“The days of decorative clockwork-powered automata may be long behind us, but Paul’s new creations deliver a charming take on the ancient art that is executed at an extremely high level. Regardless of whether the intended recipient has any interest in horology, these living jewels will no doubt be well received. “

-Justin Mastine, Robb Report

“I saw a heart beating: a golden heart truly beating . . . seemingly pulsing to a human rhythm. The effect was astonishing.”

-Elizabeth Doer, Quill & Pad

“Here’s a first for the jewels world: living jewelry pieces!”

“As a piece of jewelry, the Heart’s Passion pendant is a fresh, romantic take on making animated wearable art, and the fact that behind the artistry there’s some high-grade watchmaking and engineering is pretty terrific.”

“There is a new breed of jewelry making its way to the market that offers brains and beauty.”

-Roberta Naas, Forbes

Included in the 2017 Gift Guide

“As a piece of jewelry, the Heart’s Passion pendant is truly like no other, bridging the gap seamlessly between watchmaking, engineering and wearable art.”

-Sarah Young, The Independent

“The Heart’s Passion collection marks the first time a brand had incorporated an actual watch movement with jewelry. Like a music box or old-world watch, each Paul Forrest pendant is wound by a tiny key. The patented “Magnificent Motion” complication enables Paul Forrest to create stunning jewelry unlike anything else on the market.”

“A necklace with a moving
complication with a winding key, built entirely in Fleurier, Switzerland”

“Paul Forrest Co is a brand that does not cut any corners using only the finest materials and completely Swiss craftsmanship.”