One of the aspects that draws us to American horology is the artistry exhibited in every watch. Damaskeening patterns that dazzle in the light. Stunning ruby jewels surrounded by intricate.
Pictured: E. Howard Extra Thin Watch Advertisement, Published in the January 1908 Issue of The Keystone In the midst of Elgin and Waltham introducing new lines of extra-thin watches, the.
Pictured: Elgin “Lord Elgin” Series Advertisement, Published in the June 1908 Issue of The Keystone Shortly after Waltham launched their “Colonial Series” watches in 1907, the Elgin National Watch Company.
Pictured: Waltham “Colonial Series” Advertisement, Published in the May 1908 Issue of The Keystone The trend of thin watches in America was spurred around 1904 with the introduction of “extra.
Pictured: Patent Celluloid Watch Dial from the Keystone Watch Company with excerpt from the March 1888 issue of The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review. In February 1888, while Abraham Bitner.
Pictured: The Lancaster Watch Company Factory, Published in History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Ellis and Evans, 1883 The accompanying image represents the Lancaster Watch Company factory as it appeared.