❤ - Victorian Sterling Silver Clock, hallmarked London 1879, by Walter Thornhill & Co.
With less than 5,000 produced, this rare men's 1931 Hamilton "Gladstone" in white gold fill with new-old stock period gray leather strap and matching buckle, is a breathtaking example from one of America's premier watch houses.
Mesmeric in both form and function, this rare men's Deco-era Illinois Tuxedo in enameled two-tone 14k white and yellow gold is truly wrist art. Circa 1930.
An embodiment of the early 20th century horological achievement, with stylistic footing firmly in both "Art Noveau" and "Art Deco" eras, this solid 14k white gold Gruen wrist watch is showcased in a factory original presentation box.
Mesmeric ladies Deco-Era "wristlet" watch in a solid 14k white gold case, garnished with diamonds and sapphires — circa early '20s.
Absolutely STUNNING ladies sterling silver Art Nouveau "wristlet" watch in remarkable condition, circa the teens.
Absolutely stunning "Lady and the Lioness," or "Lady N' Tiger" Deco enamel wrist watch made for Elgin Watch Company, circa '20s. Designed by Lucien Lelong, it is arguably the finest ladies enamel wrist watch in the world. With matching 14k white gold buckle.
A tribute to the art and whimsy of early 20th Century horology, this men's Deco-era Elgin wristwatch with royal blue enameled numerals around its bezel is charming and mesmeric! Circa 1929