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Watches for Formal Events

 

Navajo Faux Lapis and Sterling Silver Watch
Navajo Faux Lapis and Sterling Silver Watch
(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Clothing/Accessories/Watches

Navajo artisans working in Tempe, Arizona, continue their tribe's long tradition of handcrafted silver work in this watch. Silversmithing is a skill traditionally passed down through generations, and many of today's Navajo silversmiths are continuing a craft first practiced by family members over the past three centuries. Although stones like turquoise, jasper, and lapis are often featured in Navajo jewelry designs, it's the silver work that represents the true spirit of Navajo craftsmanship.


$149.00
Pathfinder Global Atomic Watch
Pathfinder Global Atomic Watch
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Clothing/Accessories/Watches
The ultimate in reliability, this Casio Pathfinder watch is ideal for travelers and outdoor adventurers. The solar rechargeable battery never needs replacing, and signals from the U.S., U.K., Japanese, and German atomic clocks keep precise time wherever you are on the globe. With digital compass, altimeter, barometer, thermometer, stopwatch, 29 preprogrammed world time zones, and five alarms, it delivers the instant information that travelers need.
$299.95
Celtic Knot Pewter Pendant Watch
Celtic Knot Pewter Pendant Watch
(Based on 14 reviews)
Category: Clothing/Accessories/Watches

In this twist on the classic pocket watch, a petite timepiece becomes a dramatic pendant. The steel-alloy watch features a Celtic knot etched into the pewter-finished case. Can also be clipped onto a purse using the included carabiner. Crafted by a Birmingham, England, company that has been making pewter since 1797.


$65.00
Celtic Pocket Watch
Celtic Pocket Watch
(Based on 9 reviews)
Category: Clothing/Accessories/Watches
From the 16th century until WWII when the wristwatch became popular, pocket watches were a common part of the well-dressed man's attire. This steel alloy pocket watch features a Celtic knot etched into the pewter-finished case. A clear face lets you observe the self-winding mechanism inside, where even a slight motion causes a small metal weight to turn gears that wind the watch spring. With chain and T-bar. Made in Scotland.
$78.00