In this video, we discuss how to determine whether an enamel pocket watch dial is hand-painted or produced using a transfer or photographic process. The larger American watch factories developed.
Pictured: Non-Magnetic Watch Co. of America Enamel Dial The business operation of the Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company in Switzerland was more complex than most American watch factories. Production spanned several.
Pictured: Burlington Dial Options, c.1923 Burlington Watch Company Catalog. By the early 1920s, the dial designs offered by the Burlington Watch Company had expanded immensely. Instead of three standard styles,.
Pictured: Grade 107 “Burlington” Dial, c.1919. When the Burlington Watch Company introduced the new generation Grade 107 and Grade 108 Burlington watches in late 1916, it represented a strategic shift..
Pictured: “Burlington Special” Whimsical Dial Variants Compared [Variant 2 Image Courtesy of Pocket Watch Database Contributor “ngleasonmke”] Two distinct variants of the standard whimsical “Burlington Special” dial were furnished on.
Pictured: Burlington Special Fancy Glass Enamel Dial, c.1916 [Image Credit: Reddit User “IWasRightOnce”] While early “Burlington Special” watches were furnished with two standard dial options, surviving examples provide evidence that.