Styles and Features of Pocket Watches

  • The Watch is Encased in Precious Metal
    Watch cases can be made up of different materials like gold, silver, or platinum. The watches found in such cases not only carry a metal intrinsic value but also exhibit a sense of appeal and aesthetic. There is a variety of types to these covers such as silver double dust cover, open face watches, plain cover watches, photograph watches, custom engraved watches, watches with hallmark, and many more.
  • Authentic Style of Sporting a Fob Watch
    Don on this watch in a little attractive and stylish way to bring about a bit of yesterdays, yet a modern touch in this contemporary era of fashion. The most authentic way of wearing this watch is to attach it to a vest or belt with an attractive chain. The watch is supposed to be hooked to the end of the chain, and tucked into the pocket when not in use. Another few styles of wearing this watch is to attach it to a belt with a belt clip chain, and/or attach it to a belt loop using a spring ring chain.
  • Spotted to be Mechanical
    Long before the advent of quartz or an automatic movement, a watch was only run by a mechanism that was mechanical. In this modern era, this trend yet hasn’t knelled a near-death script in the history of pocket watches, and therefore many watches even today still offer the same style and features just like the antiquarian collection of timepieces. Such types of watches are commonly referred to as a mechanical pocket watch.

There are many people who still consider such a watch as the most authentic and antique timepiece because it is operated in the most conventional style. It is powered by a mechanical movement that consists of springs, gears, and chains, and is driven by over 100 minute parts. These pocket watches are equipped with a winding stem through which the main spring is wound and the time in the watch is set accurately. It is the beauty of such a mechanical movement that is high in demand and is considered as the soul of a timepiece.