I recently inherited a gorgeous STOWA-made watch from my great grandmother in Germany. I've looked around out of mere curiousity to see if I could identify the year and name of this specific watch, and perhaps how much it would be worth (though I have zero intentions of ever letting go of it).
Unfortunately, I've had no luck so far, as it seems to be a unique style. I've taken a series of photos of the timepiece, and I hope someone may be able to point me in the right direction in discovering more information about this beautiful heirloom.
Some information on the watch:
It is a solid gold (not sure what karat - it has no information other than "STOWA" on it), and it is about an inch and a half in diameter. It is a wind-up ladies timepiece, so it sits on a gold chain (whether it is stock or not, I've no clue). The hands are black, and there are ornate engravings in the gold on the face as well as on the body surrounding it. On the back of the timepiece there is a romantic painting of a couple attached. I don't know any watch lingo, so I'm sorry if any of this is extraneous or isn't worded properly.