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Features; Rectangular textured back face with white stone detail. Silver tone indices. Sweeping seconds hand. Silver tone base metal fixed bezel. Stainless steel case back. Silver tone base metal bracelet style watch band with white stone detail. Size adjustable fold over clasps.
Funky, gold-tone accents and large, shimmering Austrian crystals make this slim ladies watch a fashionable addition to any woman's wardrobe. The Elgin Women's Austrian Crystal Accented Tennis Watch offers a unique and stylish look with its bracelet of curvy, gold-tone details alternating with glamorous crystals. The refined, crystal-lined case features concentric oval shapes, reaching from the center of the mother-of-pearl dial to the brass bezel. Stunning crystals mark three, six, nine, and 12 o'clock, and the gold-tone hour, minute and second hand track the time. Precise quartz movement powers this luxurious watch and a durable mineral crystal protects the stylized watch face.
Features; Round black analog face with gold tone indices. White stone inner ring detail. Date window at the 6 o'clock position. Base metal gold tone fixed bezel. Stainless steel case back. Base metal gold tone bracelet style watch band with facet cut black ceramic insets. Double button deployment fold over clasp.
Features; Teardrop shaped Mother of pear face with Roman numerals and indices. Sweeping seconds hand. White Austrian crystal detail on gold tone fixed base metal bezel. Stainless steel case back. Base metal gold tone bracelet style watch band. Size adjustable fold over clasp.
A slim and elegant design defines this Women's Austrian Crystal Accented Gold-Tone Bracelet Watch from Elgin. A sultry, mother-of-pearl dial is framed by a rectangular, brass case with inset Austrian crystals edging the bezel. The linear, crystal accent continues along the edges of the first links of the flexible, gold-tone metal bracelet. Square crystals mark three and nine o'clock while tapered crystals are showcased at six and 12 o'clock. Gold-tone, dauphine hour and minute hands are powered by precise quartz movement, and the boxy dial is protected by a durable mineral crystal. Enticing enough for evening wear, but professional enough for business attire, this sophisticated timepiece is versatile and fashionable.
Features; Round textured metallic white face. Gold tone base metal fixed bezel. Stainless steel case back. Open lattice base metal gold tone bracelet with base metal brushed silver tone and copper tone hearts. Size adjustable fold over clasp.
Elgin watch Color: white This is a very unusual 1927 Elgin model E-3 wristwatch. This watch breaks apart into three different pieces, which is an atypical case designer. The case is 14k white gold filled, and the movement is an Elgin 7-jewel. The white strap is genuine lizard. The look of this watch is very distinctive for 1927, the height of the Art Deco era. Very few watches made during this time have smooth finishes on the bezel and formed cases were still a novelty. The Elgin Watch Company was the largest US watch manufacturer between 1910 and 1968. The company was founded in 1864 in Elgin, Illinois as the National Watch Company with financial backing form the former Chicago Mayor Benjamin Raymond. The factory was completed in 1866, and in 1874, the company changed their name to the Elgin National Watch Company. This watch comes with a 90 day warranty from John Opdycke, excluding shattered crystals and broken crowns
Elgin watch Color: red This is a stunning all original rare watch by the Elgin Watch company from 1914. The art deco detais are exquisite and very unusual, and the watch is 100% original with a beautiful, un-retouched dial and lizard band. The case is stainless steel. The Elgin Watch Company was the largest US watch manufacturer between 1910 and 1968. The company was founded in 1864 in Elgin, Illinois as the National Watch Company with financial backing form the former Chicago Mayor Benjamin Raymond. The factory was completed in 1866, and in 1874, the company changed their name to the Elgin National Watch Company. This is a 100-year-old timepiece and needs to be handled with a great deal of care when setting and winding. This watch comes with a 90 day warranty from John Opdycke, excluding shattered crystals and broken crowns.