Wristwatch of gold, silver, diamonds, and sapphire glass with reversely engraved intaglio of a gazelle figurine.
Alaattin Gaybi was the son of the bey (prince) of the Alaiye beylik (principality). After shooting a gazelle under its arm, he chased the fleeing gazelle to Abdal Musa's lodge. He couldn't see the gazelle, so he asked the dervishes where it had gone. Finally, he saw Abdal Musa, shot under his own arm by this same arrow. After he saw this, Gaybi bound himself forever to Abdal Musa, refusing even his father's attempts to extricate him. The image of the gazelle appears on this glass cover of this wristwatch as it leaps towards the sky, all while remaining stationary. It's instilled not with violence, but with love.