The Watch Goat
There is an enduring connection between goats and Satanism. The inverted pentagram, a symbol used in Satanism and pagan religions, is said to be shaped like a goat’s head. Similarly, the “Baphomet of Mendes” is a deity portrayed as having a goat’s head and a human body. Go here thewatchgoat.com
This year, the eighth animal sign of the Chinese zodiac is the goat. In honor of that fact, several top horological brands that are adept at metiers d’art are showcasing the beautiful creatures in special glory on their watches.
To celebrate the Year of the Goat, Swiss brand Piaget has developed an Altiplano Chinese Zodiac Goat timepiece. Featuring the mastery of cloisonne enamel, the timepiece is striking and arresting.
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To commemorate the Year of the Goat, French horology house Ulysse Nardin is offering an exclusive Classico Goat timepiece. Using champleve’ enamel, the watch captures the lifelike appearance of a family of goats, all black and white in color, looking out to a blue-sky world.
The Angora goat is a rare breed that produces long, curling hair of lustrous mohair on its entire body. This type of wool is very breathable and can be used to make clothing, furniture and other items.
These are lively and inquisitive goats that want to bond with humans. They can be trained to work with their owners or used for dairy, farm shows and other purposes. They are also sociable and enjoy other goats and other animals for companionship. They are great pets and have a long lifespan, often 15 years or more.