Bid On Watch Made Of Leather From OZZY OSBOURNE's Pants
Deck the halls with leather and metal! And not just any leather…leather from Ozzy Osbourne's personal wardrobe! Take time this holiday season to check out Nixon's LTD Rock Collection — a rare collection of watches and wrist cuffs made from pieces of wardrobe items donated by renowned musicians, athletes, artists and actors. It's all part of a campaign that Nixon designed in order to raise funds for the MusiCares MAP Fund.
This particular watch was handmade by Nixon using the leather from Ozzy's pants. Due to the size of the pants, only 30 watches could be made from its leather. This is #2 of 30. Even though it is one of a very limited collection, it is even more exclusive because no two are exactly the same as they each come from a different and unique portion of the pants. This is the next best thing to having Ozzy invite you to pick something from his closet to take home with you.
Click here to bid on the watch now.
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