Pocket Watches

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In the early days of watches, a pocket watch told society so much about a gentleman, with regard to his social standing and his place in society.The pocket watch is traditionally secured to a waistcoat, lapel or belt loop with a chain, leather strap or other type of fixture. This prevents the watches from being dropped or easily stolen.

Hunting case watches became popular in the 19th century. These types of watches had a cover that could be flipped open when you wanted to view the time. The lid protects the watch from scratches, dust and other types of debris.

We bring to you our range of hunter pocket watches in five amazing designs.