This men's solid 14k yellow gold Elgin oversized wristwatch with rare hinged pins is just the timepiece to transport you back to the bright lights, sloe gin and fast-talking women of the Jazz age, circa 1924
A stunning tribute to early Deco, this solid 14k white gold ladies Benrus wire-lug wristwatch is adorned with what appear to be diamonds and triangular cut sapphires on a field of line and arabesque carving. Circa mid '20s.
Astonishingly beautiful – and rare – ladies late Victorian/early Art Nouveau heart-shaped enameled pendant watch in solid carved gold marked “Le Palais Royal Habana” with minimalist gold pin. Offered in a period presentation case. Circa '20s
Ladies' completely original Deco-era "Gruen Guild" wire-lug wristlet in 14k white gold fill; featuring an astonishingly original carved sterling silver dial, blued hands and cabochon sapphire crown, circa '20s.
Rare, stunningly high grade 19 ruby-jeweled Ball Watch Company gentleman's pocket watch with enameled bezel and rotating seconds bit; accompanied by an equally rare and desirable mechanical fob and matching chain. offered in a period presentation box, circa 1927.
Pristine and powerful, this completely original men's 1928 Elgin wristwatch with factory bracelet band is just the timepiece to transport you back to the bright lights, sloe gin and fast-talking women of the Jazz age.
Men's exceedingly crisp, handsome 14 size Elgin "Gentlemen's" enameled pocket watch in white gold fill; accompanied by matching chain and fob embossed with female figure. Offered in a period presentation box. Circa 1928
Stunning men's 1928 Elgin National Watch Company Pocket watch in solid 9 carat gold Dennison watch case featuring extraordinarily rare original matching-number paper tags. Offered in what we believe to be its original presentation case.
Time-Capsule fresh, this astonishingly rare 16 size, 23 ruby jewel Ball-Illinois comes with original tag, sales receipt and inspection card for the New York Central Railroad. Offered in what we believe to be its original box, circa 1928.