Vintage Bulova with Diamonds and Rubys Rubies

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    Vintage Bulova with Diamonds and Rubys Rubies

    I have a vintage Bulova Wrist Watch, with Diamonds or Diamond like jeweled encrusted face and suroundings. I have not seen anything like it posted yet. If anyone has any additional information on this i would really appreciate it, my dad got this years ago but never told me what the story was, he reciently passed away and took the story with him. thanks for any help. here is a photo.
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    Re: Vintage Bulova with Diamonds and Rubys Rubies

    very interesting piece, i think the guys in vintage & pocket watches may be able to assist you.

    good luck and welcome
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    Re: Vintage Bulova with Diamonds and Rubys Rubies

    Art Deco Bling?
    I've got more Converse sneakers than watches, but it is a close race.

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    Re: Vintage Bulova with Diamonds and Rubys Rubies

    Hi there, actually was quite a common theme with those style in the 50s' , I have seen the "bling" style by many manufacturers of the time, I bought an vintage 50's Henry tank style watch with the rubies at 12, 3, 6, 9 markers for my wife, she really likes the style, and the case and band are 1 piece gold filled.

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    Re: Vintage Bulova with Diamonds and Rubys Rubies

    Hi there,

    have a look at a contemporary Wurlitzer jukebox. Then you can imagine what else could have happened to watches. I wonder why they didn't apply a battery for illuminating the stones.

    Regards, Roland Ranfft

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