This is one you have to see in person because the photos just can't capture the real Art Deco essence of this timepiece! I think that it is the light coming off of the stones that gives it a special appearance that the camera just can't see. Talk about a definitive Art Deco watch....this is it! The watch is a very nice Swiss Orator that our watchmakers have winding, setting, and keeping time like the day it arrived here in America in the 1930's. The metal is all sterling silver and the black enamel work just sets it off perfectly. The bar pin is hand engraved and catches the light quite nicely. The stones are all costume but the quality of the movement is an excellent 17 jewel Swiss beauty. There are 34 marcasites bordering the watch and 18 baguette rhinestones that compliment the black half-round and black pyramidal stones. No doubt some well-to-do lady wore this piece to a fare-thee-well. Now you can have an authentic piece of the era that has a great deal of style for a reasonable price,in fully restored condition, and warrantied for one year for parts and labor. Not only is it a nice watch but it is also a piece of Art Deco jewelry. Don't miss it since we have only had one of these after being in the business for over 33 years!
This is a lovely little ladies Elgin Pocket Watch, that would have been a real prize for any lady in 1914 when it was made. These watches were almost always worn on a slide chain around the neck or on a watch pin. The chain was long enough that it doubled over you head and formed a "V" shape holding the watch securely at your breast bone. Residing on the chain was a slide that you could position at whatever your collar configuration was for your outfit. The slide moved easily along the chain but stayed in place once it was positioned due to bits of cork that were inside of the slide for this purpose. It made for a very elegant look. Most women had gold filled watches but a few were lucky enough to have a solid gold one like this one. Not only is it solid 14k gold, but it is one of the most beautifully engraved watches we have had in over 33 years. The hand engraving is so spectacular, not only in execution but condition that it takes you eye whenever you are near it. Make sure that you take a look at the "Zoom-In" photos to see it in detail. There are two cartouches on the lids that are a very unusual ovoid shape...one is plain polish and awaiting your family initial, ...while the other has an intricate idyllic scene engraved to amuse your eye. Once you have drooled over the engraving take a look a the fancy bow at the top. In a world of plain circular bows this one is king. As you might imagine with a case this wonderful the seven jewel movement is in pristine condition and the the superior of the two grades that Elgin offered at the time. Our watchmakers had only to clean, oil, and regulate the watch to get it winding, running, and keeping time just like it did back in 1914. Many women had watches of the era but only the lucky few had solid gold watches like this beauty and it can be yours. Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence. Don't miss this one...as we have only one!
"Look into my eyes. You want this watch....you really want it!" This one is really BIG! It is 51mm in diameter - not including the crown, by 61mm lug to lug. This is an early Omega pocket watch that has been converted for use on the wrist, executed in today's style of larger watches, it fits right in. If you are one of those gentlemen who need, or desire, a really big watch then this may be the one for you. It is a seven jewel, military style that our master watchmakers have running, winding and keeping time like the day it came from Switzerland circa 1912, just in time for WWI. Not only is it a good timekeeper, and as clean as a whistle, but the dial is one of the most attractive styles we have seen on one of these conversions. The seconds bit revolves once a minute in the 9 o'clock position and provides some interesting eye appeal. The stark contrast between the matte black dial background, the luminous numerals, and hands is dramatic. This is also aided by the red 25 to 300, 1/5 of a second markings, just outside of the chapter ring. This look is capped off perfectly by the skeletonized hands. The large rilled winding crown makes it easy to set and wind and the nickle silver case proudly displays the Omega logo on the inner back lid. All-in-all this is a very handsome watch that can grace your wrist if you are the lucky customer who goes home with this beautiful Omega on his wrist. We have only one, so don't hesitate! As always, we here at Father Time Antiques will warranty this watch for a full year for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence.
The "Aerospace GMT" was Zodiac's evolution of the popular "Seawolf" model. This is a tough watch from the 1960's. These were apparently sold at PX's abroad and thus may have been used by those in the military. It would have been the perfect watch for a guy in the Navy or Airforce because it was made to be used by active guys that traveled across time zones and were in need of a reliable and carefree watch that looked cool and performed flawlessly. Some guys brought them home and used them for more casual travel demands! The handsome case is stainless steel and measures 35mm in diameter by 43mm in length. The date window appears at the three o'clock position and is a nice contrast to this original black dial and the red GMT hand. The 17 jewel movement is a wonderfully engineered, full rotor automatic, that is perfect for everyday use. The outer bezel rotates so that it can be adjusted for elapsed time or for interpolation of 24hour Greenwich Mean Time. The watch is signed four times: on the dial, the crown, the case and the movement so there is no mistaking who the maker was. The Swiss were proud of their accomplishments and this fine timepiece shows us why! So if you are an "Easy Rider" this may be the watch for you! Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence.
A repeater is a watch that chimes the time to within a specific parameter. This is a Quarter Hour Repeater that tells you the time by chiming within 15 minute segments. First it chimes the hour that it's past then it double chimes the quarter hour that the minute hand is currently in. You will know what time it is with a maximum error of 14 minutes. Additionally this magnificent timepiece has a chronograph feature that, on demand, starts the timing of the sweep second hand for exactly timing of precise activities. This is all delineated on the intricately marked porcelain dial which has some faint hairlines that do not detract from the magnificent pocket repeater. The watch is a 19 Lignes Huguenin & Sons, 14k solid gold, hunting case, with chronograph feature by push button located on the band in the twelve o'clock position. The movement is a seventeen jewel nickel beauty that is a joy to behold. The repeater function is activated by a slide on the band and has a nice crisp bell sound. Opening the back you will see a fantastic glass display back that allows the viewer to see the movement without admitting dust and dirt. The case lids are engine-turned showing only the most minor wear. The inner dust cover is signed, numbered and bears the gold 14k hallmark. The case diameter is 55mm by 77mm from the top of the bow to the bottom of the case and is 12mm thick. For a collector this is the gold ring. It literally has all the bells and whistles. This watch is winding, setting and functioning perfectly. Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty. If you are a collector or have one in your life this is the watch for you!
This is a very special pocket watch that is Swiss manufactured. It is 18K solid gold with inlaid black enamel. Everything about this spectacular timepiece is unusual. The rich deep yellow, gold color is handsomely contrasted by the inlaid black enamel designs. Made circa 1876, it bears the aura of its day. The case measures41mm in diameter by 11mm thick and is 58mm from the top of the bow to the bottom of the case. This is a hunting case that bears a central "R" initial in the cartouche. Finely engraved engine turning graces the case on both sides. The watch was made for the famous Jaccard & Co. of St. Louis. When you open the front cover you are greeted with a lovely porcelain dial that has Roman numerals. The hands have Fleur-de Lis ends that gracefully point to the correct time. At the 4:15 position there is a small lever that peeks out from under the bezel. By pushing this with your thumb-nail it pops into the setting position. Once you set the hands to the correct time all you have to do is close the front cover and the setting is automatically disengaged - quite an innovation for 1876. When you open the back cover you will see an engraving that says " IDA FROM ED", 22nd March 1876 and the 18k mark. What's really unusual is that there is an oval porcelain insert on the 2nd inner lid that has an actual photo of Ed in sepia tones. This portrait is framed like a typical Victorian picture and is surrounded by black enamel designs. If all these features were not enough there is a fantastic, fantastic three finger bridge, Swiss 15 jewel movement that is running like the day it was made. It bears the patent date of Aug. 8, 1871. All in all this is a unique time piece that is quite old and in excellent running condition. This wonderful heirloom could be yours! Remember all of our watches come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor.
This is a lovely French three piece garniture set that is all original. The vases even have their original inserts so that they can be used for flowers. The bronze figure has a brass plaque at it's base that is signed "Moissonneur Par Queste". It is the depiction of a young man binding a sheaf of wheat. The marble is spectacular and exhibits generous ormolu mounts. The clock measures 22" high by 14" wide by 6.25" deep and the garniture each measure 15.5" high by 5.5" wide by 5" deep. Typically French the movement is an eight day time and strike on a bell. This clock is in excellent running condition and would grace any mantle with it's striking appearance.
In 1884 the Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, CT, built an addition to its existing factory on the corner of Marine and Bridge streets within which to manufacture pocket watches. The first watches were available for sale in 1885. For the next thirty years, a full line of Seth Thomas watches were available in 0, 4, 6, 12, 16 and 18 size. By 1914, the company had decided to concentrate on the clock business and the last watches ceased appearing in the company's catalogs in the Fall of 1915.
This Seth Thomas pocket watch was made in 1907. The case is yellow gold filled and the engraving is still pretty crisp! The porcelain dial has Roman Numerals and is in perfect condition, displaying a second bit at the six o'clock position. It also has the additional feature of being lever set. The seven jewel movement has two-tone plates with a gold starburst pattern centering on some interesting concentric damaskeening. Since Seth Thomas only made pocket watches for about 30 years there are not a great deal of them extant..and this is a particularly nice six size that was lovingly cared for over its 106 year lifetime. This is what we call a crossover size that can be carried by either a man or a woman. Our master watchmakers have the seven jewel, two tone movement, ticking just like it did back in 1907 so that it can spend another lifetime in your pocket. Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor. It could be yours...don't miss it!
This Longines is a very unusual gentleman's watch from a great watchmaking house. Made circa 1949, it is in excellent condition. What makes it so special is the fantastic case design. It not only has fancy "Rams Horn" lugs but the way they are attached to the case is very dramatic. The lugs flare out to the side and serve to accentuate the textured, silver dial. The center of the dial has concentric, raised circles and is double sunk. The seconds bit is also recessed, while the stylized chapter markers ride on the raised portion of the dial. This is just another outstanding characteristic of this amazing timepiece. Couple this spectacular appearance with a great Longines movement and you have a real winner. The 14K solid gold case measures 33mm in diameter (not including the crown) by 37 mm lug to lug. It suffices to say that this is one exceptional watch - mechanically and aesthetically. It would look great on your wrist at that next special event or social gathering. It comes with our famous one year parts and labor warranty!
This is a gentleman's Touchon & Co. minute repeater, one of the best repeaters in the world! Touchon & Co. was a stellar Swiss company, started in 1907, that made high grade watches for the world's finest retailers. Tiffany was their largest client and they demanded only the best for their customers. They were not only one of the best watches produced but, since production ceased in 1921, one of the scarcest. Minute repeaters are, in and of themselves, one of the most complicated watches ever manufactured, and when one is as nice as this one, really rare. When the repeater slide is activated, along the case side, the watch will chime revealing the hour, the quarter hour, and finally the exact minute! The owner could then know the time to the precise minute without looking at the dial,a very handy feature in the dark. Everything about this watch has been fashioned to very exacting standards. The beautiful dial, the elegant 18K solid gold case, the smooth slide, and classic design all combine to make it a fantastic timepiece. Notice how the stylized personalization on the case back creates an interesting design....if only this watch could talk and reveal its, now secret, owner. Not only is this a beautiful watch but the engineering needed to make all these complications function in such a slender case is nothing short of astounding. Take a look at the "Zoom-In" photos to see how nice this complicated movement is. It is signed "Touchon" under the dial and displays a three finger bridge, large ruby jewels, and perfectly situated gongs. The sound of these gongs is delightful to hear and gives one a real feel for the precision and desirability of a true "Minute Repeater". I can imagine a gentleman at the opera in a tuxedo activating the repeater function, during intermission, to have his Touchon chime the time, consulting the dial for the correct time and triggering the repeater to give everyone within earshot a real treat. This Touchon is a 29 jewel, extremely high grade timepiece, that we have converted from a pocket watch to a wristwatch so that you may wear it easily and have a nice big statement on your wrist. The 18k solid gold case measures 47mm in diameter, by 56mm lug-to-lug. It is in perfect running condition and it winds, sets, and keeps time like the day it came from Switzerland. There are very few wrist minute repeaters in the world, and this will rank among the best extant. Since the production for Touchon was only 14 years these watches are as scarce as hen's teeth. As I once read on a website devoted entirely to Touchon, "if you are offered the opportunity to buy a Touchon & Co. repeater, then I advise you to do so." The prices have risen dramatically in the last few years and we expect them to continue their rise quite dramatically in the coming years as these are the possessions of a precious few.
This is by far one of the nicest wristwatch repeaters we have ever had the pleasure to offer for sale...don't miss it! Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence.
This is a Ball railroad watch that was marketed by A. Frankfield. The watch is a Ball that was made by the American Waltham Watch Company. A. Frankfield was a high end jeweler and importer in New York. that contracted with the Webb C. Ball watch company to provide them with watches they could then retail under their own brand with the assurance that the engineering and parts supply was strong. This way they had a stellar brand with their name on the dial that their customers would relish. Ball didn't make any of their own watches, they contracted with all the major watch manufacturers to make watches for them. This one is a Waltham as identified by the regulator shape. Yep, it's convoluted! These watches are known as "Jeweler's Contract" watches and there are collections which consist of a variety of these great manufacturers under hundreds of jeweler's names. The jeweler would agree to purchase a good number of movements,and sometimes cases, from the original manufacturer (Waltham in this case) and then the original manufacturer would put the jeweler's name on the dial so it would appear to be their own brand. As an interesting aside in 1891 there was a head-on crash between two railway trains, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern, near Kipton, Ohio. There was conjecture about what caused the the crash...some say that the engineers watch stopped for four minutes and then started-up again and others say that the stem pulled out and altered the correct time. Either way the fast mail train was coming through and, although the engineer thought he was at at the crossing at the correct time, he was in fact, four minutes late and the resulting tragedy made the American government take notice. A railroad commission was established headed by Webb C. Ball who was a Cleveland jeweler. The railroad officials asked Ball to establish strict standards for railroad watches that would assure accuracy and regular inspection backed by stringent record keeping for each individual timepiece. Prior to this time all manner of clocks and watches were used to time the movements of the trains. Each railroad had its own standards and there was no universal compliance. Once Ball established the high water mark for ruggedness and accuracy the manufacturers set about meeting those standards and soon there was a list of the companies that could meet these new Railroad Standards. Ball became the general time inspector for over 125,000 miles of railroad in the U.S., Mexico, & Canada. This is how the expression "on the ball" came into the vernacular. This particular Ball, 16 size, 19 jewel, lever set, three quarter plate nickel movement, has the gold RR seal on the movement indicating that it is a railroad approved watch. This fantastic movement is housed in a screw back/screw bezel, yellow gold-filled case which sports a very interesting blue (rare) five minute track. Make sure you notice the gold jewel cups, interesting damaskeening pattern on the plates, and the pristine condition of the movement. Our master watchmakers have it running, winding, and setting so that it could pass railroad inspection today. Remember all our timepieces are fully restored and warrantied for a year for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence.
This is a beautiful 17 jewel Bulova in a rose gold-filled case! The case measures 21mm wide by 35mm in length and, while it is a gentleman's watch, but it would look equally good on a lady. Bulova was a Swiss company that had a big market share of the US market back in the day. They were a great company that produced very nice watches at a good price point. Their engineering was top notch and their support was worldwide. Make sure you take a gander at the "Zoom-In" photos to see this wonderful rose dial that has silver embossed dots at the chapters, larger ones at three and nine and an elegant bar marker at the twelve. The hooded lugs (which serve to conceal the band ends) and rose gold case, just add to the great looks. Make sure you take a look at the "Zoom-In" photos to see how clean the movement is...just like new! This watch winds, sets, and keeps time just like it did back in the 1940's when it was a new arrival from Switzerland. Its handsome, its mechanically excellent, and warrantied for one year...parts and labor...what's not to like? Why monkey around? It could be yours, but don't wait til its gone because we have only one.
This is an extraordinary timepiece that we rarely have the pleasure to offer for sale. This piece was made for Tiffany and is an extraordinary example of the watchmaker's art circa 1910. Not only is this Agassiz an extremely high-grade watch for its day, but it also has its original, matching, neck chain that is executed in the same beautiful blue enamel that encases the watch. The way the enamel, platinum, and gold compliment one another is testament to the ultimate skill of the jeweler, casemaker, and the watchmaker. The small size of the watch is a huge technological achievement for its day. Today we can only marvel at the skill of these craftsmen from bygone days. Take a look at the guilloche work beneath the translucent blue enamel. There is a delicate tracery that centers the case and highlights the central diamond encrusted platinum fillagree. This wonderful timepiece also has a swiveling bow so that it may be displayed with either, the dial or the diamonds, facing forward. Additionally the bow has its own inset diamonds. Counting the bow and the case there is a total of 30 diamonds. The watch measures only 22mm in diameter, not including the stem and bow...an incredible size that is quite easily worn around the neck. The 18 yellow gold chain has nine blue enamel links and a central blue enamel rondel that connects the two neck chains to the central leader. The dial is in excellent original condition showing the "Agassiz" name and "Swiss" below the 6 o'clock position. The blued steel hands contrast easily with the beautifully aged cream colored dial. These hands are the so called "Breguet Lunette" style that have a very attractive look. At the edge of the bezel there is an arcaded 18k yellow gold reveal that has white enamel as its background. This design is also evident on the reverse and on the pendant. The case middle is in yellow gold and is set off by the blue enamel case band.
All-in-all this is one of the most spectacular ladies pendant watches we have had in a long time. We have only one so don't miss it! Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may by with confidence.
This watch really has the "WOW" factor! I think this is due to two reasons; first it is an oversize case that has a real presence on the wrist and secondly, the two-tone dial is just stunning. These oversize cases were made by the Swiss for the South American market and we didn't see many of them here in North America. They are now quite desirable because of their size and due to the fact that the current trend is towards larger time pieces The case is stainless steel and measures 37mm wide by 46mm in length. The movement has 17 jewels and is winding, setting, and keeping time like the day it came from Switzerland, circa 1948. Make sure you take a gander at the "Zoom-In" photos to see how nice this one is. The movement is a seventeen jewel workhorse that will serve your timekeeping and fashion needs for generations to come.Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence.
This is one of those pieces that makes you just say, "WOW!" In all of our years in the business (over 30 now) we have never seen a better, more complete, or higher grade "Art Nouveau" ladies, 18k solid gold, pendant watch than this one. When you hold this piece in your hand you can feel how well made it is. Ladies 18k gold, enamel pieces are very scarce by themselves, but the Nouveau pieces are almost non-existant in this quality. Make sure you examine this watch in the "Zoom-In" photos to understand how lovely it really is. I know that you have heard the expression that "the pictures really don't do it justice" , but in this case it is absolutely true! It is a piece to die for! The movement in this watch is not just any movement, is a seventeen jewel high grade timepiece that was made for Tiffany by Vacheron and Constantine (makers to royalty). Watches for women, at this time circa 1899, were normally only 7 jewel since it was thought that women did not have to have as accurate a timepiece as a man (how times have changed) The case bezel and back are in a very unusual "flange style" configuration where the case middle is recessed. The fact that these parts fit perfectly is a testament to the watchmakers art. The incised recesses on the surface of the case contain the enamel work in small cloisonnes that add grace and beauty to the overall design but also protect the enamel from wear and/or abuse. The foliate designs that were the hallmark of the "Art Nouveau" period are evident all over this magnificent watch. The matching pin to one of these Nouveau watches is almost never found with the original watch....but here it is! Notice the delicate use of grape-like rubies in contrast to the green enamel. The pin also has two portraits that have been executed in gold depicting two cherubs. The pin attaches to the watch conventionally via a hook to the bow. The bow is a swiveling one that allows the wearer to revolve the watch easily to display either side to the viewer. This is a watch that has been carefully designed with the most discerning client in mind. Our master watchmaker thinks that it may be a one-of-a-kind custom made piece for a very special person.
Watches like this don't cross our path often, but when they do we make every attempt to secure them for our valued customers. This one can be yours! Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence.
This is a finely made Swiss 16 jewel open face pocket watch that was surely carried by a fine gentleman back in the day! It has a lever escapement and is pendant set. The watch is a Swiss size - 16.5 lignes , comparable to an American 12 size. As there is no name on the dial, or the movement, we would call this an ebauche - probably made for export to a small family jewelry shop in England or America! If you wanted your own brand of watch to retail you could contract with one of the major Swiss manufacturers to produce a minimum number that would allow you to market a brand with your name on the dial or you could choose to have no name on it...which is the case here. You, as a retailer, could be assured of quality engineering, a constant parts supply, and a watch that you could be proud to sell. This Swiss pocket watch, circa 1921, has a metal dial with a wonderful patina on it! It has aged perfectly over the years to that great vintage appearance that only time can create. The 18k solid gold case is plain polished and in mint condition. Overall a simply elegant timepiece which can be yours for generations to come. Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence.
This is a lovely little Swiss Ladies watch, circa 1895, in a 12 lignes solid gold multi-color case - comparable to an American 3/0 size, the perfect size for wearing as a pendant. The movement has 7 jewels and is in excellent running condition. The 14k solid gold case is a triumph of gold work that has been executed in three colors of engraved gold. All the engraving is crisp and quite attractive! The fancy dial is porcelain with a fantastic multi-color design that has some very tiny hair line cracks that are invisible to the naked eye. The Gold Louis XIV hands just add to the elegance of the watch. Any lady would be proud to step out with this beauty hanging from a slide chain around her neck. Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor so that you may buy with confidence.
This watch is 14k solid gold with diamonds and enamel and is a rare size to boot! The turn of the last century (1900) was a Golden Age for pocket watch companies and a time when Elgin was at their best. This ladies' pocket watch was made in 1910 by Elgin, the largest manufacturer of watches in the world, located in Elgin Illinois. This piece is a 4/0 size with a solid 14k gold case that measures 26mm in diameter by 37mm from the bottom of the watch to the top of the bow. It is an extremely hard to find smaller size that was very much sought after for its elegance and easy-to-wear size. Not only is this a rare size, but it is an Art Nouveau piece as well, employing multicolor enamel, and diamonds to make as elegant a ladies pendant watch as one could want. The case back, which is designed to be worn facing outward and easily displayed because of a swiveling bow that gives the owner an easy way to orient the face or back, has a great design that stands proud of the case surface in wonderful relief. Make sure you look at the "Zoom-In" photos to see how the intertwined Nouveau designs compliment the piece. There are nine diamonds that make up the frontispiece for an array of Lilies of the Valley. It is simply spectacular! The 14k matching pin (also a rarity) has a matching colored enamel and a centered "Jack-in-the Pulpit" enamel-lined flower with a diamond center. The pin measures 22mm by 25mm.
The movement is just as nice as the case and pin. It is a seventeen jewel artfully damaskeened, three quarter plate, nickel movement with gold jewel cups...a level of quality for a movement that was usually reserved only for a gentleman's railroad pocket watch, but evident here in all its glory! This is the only one of these we have ever had after being in business for over 34 years. Don't miss it!
Gruen was legendary for excellence in watchmaking and the "Pentagon" is evidence of that reputation. Unusual shapes were reserved for special timepieces that the company wanted to highlight. The "Pentagon" has a slimness and elegance that begs to be put in your pocket. The silvered dial bears the Gruen mark as well as the "Veri-Thin" and "Precision" designation. The gold hands have skeletonized diamond shaped ends that point to embossed arabic numerals. The pentagonal shape is repeated in the shape of the recessed seconds bit. The case is yellow gold filled, plain polish that terminates in an arched bow. The seventeen jewel movement is ticking, and keeping time like the day it was made. The only service that this watch required when we received it, was cleaning, oiling, and regulating. This is a testament to how well it was cared for over the years and to Gruen's quality. If you want a pocket watch that you can be proud to carry this is the one! Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year parts and labor warranty.
Illinois was a great watch factory centered in Springfield, Illinois. Many of their watches were destined for railroad use but many others were watches that graced the waistcoats and vests of the well-heeled. This is a special hexagonal case model called the "Sterling". The designation referred to the quality of the fine 21 jewel movement, and not the case material, which in this case is 14K white gold filled, measuring 47MM by 55MM. The dial is two tone with a matte white outer background, for the chapters, and a reflective inner hexagonal shape that bears the Illinois mark. The Arabic numerals and seconds track are mirror-like silver. The contrast for this beautiful dial is a wonderful pair of blued steel hands that have diamond shaped ends. The back is plain polish with an interesting arcade band that follows the case contours. Remember all of our timepieces come with our famous one year warranty for parts and labor. The 21 jewel movement, Circa 1923, is a strong runner and a very accurate. timepiece that you will be proud to own and display. It is also a delight to look at. The movement plates are beautifully damaskeened and display gold headed screws which contrast with the silvered plates.