Category: <span>Trench watch</span>

Guides Movement Pocket watch Trench watch

Cylinder movement Guides Lever movement Pocket watch Trench watch

Antique watches are becoming more and more popular with collectors worldwide. In earlier days, it was often considered desirable for antique watches to be restored and polished to look “like…

Guides Movement Pocket watch Trench watch

Unfortunately, it is inevitable that most enamel antique pocket watch dials will develop hairline cracks over time. Initially, these may be barely visible. However, these cracks expose a slightly rougher…

Guides Pocket watch Trench watch

Components Guides Movement Pocket watch Trench watch

Borgel Lever movement Trench watch

To a watchmaker, perhaps the most interesting part of a watch is the movement. However, to the owner, it will most certainly be the dial. The dial gives the watch…

Components Guides Longines Pocket watch Trench watch

Guides Pocket watch Trench watch

Ébauche movement Fonetainemelon Guides Longines Omega Pocket watch Rolex Trench watch

Storage Mechanical watches, especially antique watches are susceptible to interference from several environmental factors. Humidity, dust, electromagnetism, light and temperature variations can all cause damage to the movement and dial.…

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