Bajer watches inherited its collection names and colors from the natural elements of the Kurdish heritage and region.

Influenced by the vineyards and pistachio fields of Urfa, a rich red is available. Forest Green stems from the olive trees of Antep, and Noir Black from the Black stone city of Amed, Diyarbakir.

The various shades of brown from the city of Mardin and Urfa’s World famous Gobekli Tepe reflect the earthy hues of the historic sites where limestone was traditionally used in building the foundations of temples, homes, and other architectural structures for thousands of years.

The Corduene was the name of the region where the cities of Sirnak and Cizre are located in Turkey right now.

The Artemita was the ancient Kurdish name of the city of Van.

The Sophene stands for the ancient Kurdish region in which the city of Diyarbakir is located today.

The Basenia was an ancient Kurdish region of Bayazid, called Dogu Beyazit in the Agri city of Turkey today.

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Made in Europe

From our high quality movements to leather straps and packages, we are proudly providing you with a luxurious Made in Europe product.


We are proudly in collaboration with the prestigious design firms; Kaleidoz Design and Studio BA. Our traditional story eventually found a very contemporary body via re-designed Kurdish motifs/symbols.

Bajer Watches is a certified Swiss-made watch company. Our partner in Switzerland is the prestigious watch atelier Tan. Tan is a 3-generation family-owned boutique Swiss watch-making company located in Chiasso, Switzerland’s heart.

We are providing you a 100% made-in Italy- Italian packaging. As a small business, in our capacity, we are doing our best to provide you a sustainable packaging with the primary purpose of doing as little harm to the environment as possible.

The Kurdish motifs and European design mixing with Swiss-made quality represent a combination of resistance against oppression and the joy of growth at Bajer watches.

About our motifs

For the most part, in rural Kurdish communities, women’s voices have traditionally been silenced in the public sphere. But, these women developed their artistic language, which allows them to communicate the depths of their emotions. For example, they weave rugs with symbols with unique meanings. Then, when these motifs are orderly arranged and combined with colors, they tell a specific story that others can recognize. Hence, Bajer takes its three designs in decoding the secret language of Kurdish women.


The Clarity

“We are all in the gutter, but some are looking at the stars.”

― Oscar Wilde


The Resistance

“The most damaging phrase in the language is ‘We’ve always done it this way.’”

― Admiral Grace Murray Hopper


The Protection

“Your silence will not protect you.”

― Audre Lorde



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Stories that matter. Stories that inspire.

“Tell us what the world has been to you in the dark places and in the light. Don’t tell us what to believe what to fear. Show us belief’s wide skirts and the stitch that unravels fear’s caul.” Toni Morrison

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