“This one of a kind watch is another way we’re working to promote Cherokee culture to a modern audience,” said Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker in a press release. “Continuing to use the Cherokee syllabary is an important part of preserving our history and language.”
The silver watch features the Cherokee Nation logo and seven-pointed star under the watch hands. The numbers are represented in the Cherokee language around the dial. The watch sells for $85 and is available at the Cherokee Gift Shop in Tahlequah, Oklahoma as well as in the Cherokee Art Gallery at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma and online at CherokeeGiftShop.com.