I was recently on holiday and noticed a very attractive watch worn by a fellow traveler in the departure area. I even complimented him on the nice watch, but foolishly did not think to ask who made it until a couple hours later, when it was still on my mind, and I jotted down the following description in my phone:
"gold and silver band, white face with gold trim, multiple dials on the face nautical style, oversize face. Face is flat rather than recessed. A circle of gold/bronze rings the entire face, about 4mm in width."
It was a man's watch, but other than my description above, finding it seems like a needle in a haystack. It did look modern rather than antique. For a vague similarity I found this watch "FC-775V4S4" which also has a white face, gold trim, and nautical characteristics, but the one I saw appeared more oversize, had a gold/silver band, seemed to have a flatter face rather than an angled edge, and I believe it had traditional numerals in black.
If anyone has ideas I'd be happy to look at them, but this might a case of 'the one that got away.'