Hi, i am new to wristwatch collecting. Recently I have bought an vintage wristwatch from an antique shop. There is nothing written on the dial as to identify its manufacturer but there is a winged rotary logo stamped on the lower side of the mainspring bridge. According to rotary’s website the logo did not appear until 1925 which makes me believe that the watch was manufactured post 1925. There are also symbols on the inner caseback that I am unable to discern except that it is a 9ct gold watch. I have attached several pictures of the watch. Below is the characteristic of the watch as far as I can describe:
Double Hinged case
Case diameter 29mm
Length lug to lug 31 mm
Wire lug’s length 12mm
I am interested to know whether it was originally gents or ladies watch. I am grateful if you can shed light on my question. Sorry for the poor pics because they were taken from my hp. tqvm for anyone who can shed light to my question.