One of the world's most expensive watches will be on display tomorrow at Staffordshire University, it is worth more than £1 million.
The watch contains a sculpture by one of the Midlands most celebrated artists, but it is so small you need a microscope to see it.
Willard Wigan's sculptures have been described as the eighth wonder of the world.
He has an MBE from the Queen, who also owns one his works, as does Simon Cowell, Mike Tyson and Sir Elton John.
The sculptures that Willard creates are so small they cannot be seen by the naked eye, so small, they fit easily in the eye of a needle.
The watch will be available to see at a free talk Wilard is giving tomorrow at the University, the rest of his collection is on display there next week.
They really do need to be seen to be believed.
Willard Wigan's free talk, 'Explaining the eighth wonder of the world', takes place at Staffordshire University's Science Centre on Saturday 16th March at 11am.
It celebrates the opening of his 'Art Meets Science' touring exhibition of micro-sculptures which is at the University until March 22nd.
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