Known for their adventurous horological creations, MB&F have once again teamed up with Swiss clockmaker L'Epée 1839 for an extravagant piece. The Medusa clock has a hand-blown Murano glass body that houses a dual-configuration clock which can be ceiling mounted with hanging glass jellyfish tentacles or placed on a desk using five metal arches. Powered by a movement that took two years to develop, two rotating rings sit within the clock, one that displays hours and the other minutes while time is read using a single fixed indicator that extends over the rings. The jellyfish theme continues with Super-Luminova coated numerals, allowing it to glow in low light just like the gelatinous sea creature. Medusa comes blue, green or pink in three limited editions of 50 pieces.