Atlanta Antique Gallery - Pocket Watches

Watches - Pocket Watches
Antique Pocket Watches were first introduced in the early 1800's to the the United States. Later, in approximately 1850, the US public was introduced to the first wrist watch. The US watch-making industry dates back to the early 1900's when the pocketwatch then became a status symbol in America. Manufacturers of these antique watches, pocket watches and wrist watches were abundant, and included many manufacturers like Accutron, Hamilton, Waltham, Elgin, Illinois, Hampden, New York Standard, Lancaster, South Bend, Seth Thomas, Independent, Manhattan, Tremont, Rockford, Waterbury, Rolex, Columbus, American Waltham, to name but a few. It was during the 16th century, when watches were introduced in England, they instantly became of stuff of legends. To this day pocket watches have been described as one of the most desirable fashion pieces of their era, and are highly collectable & sought after items. The Atlanta Antique Gallery carries a large selection of antique and vintage pocket watches.

Browse Pocket Watches Products

Sort
View
 
Items 1-5 of 5
SOLD
Description: Gold, 15 Jewel Pocket Watch. Circa 1882-1883. 15 Jewel Gold pocket watch with 3 panels (opens at 3 different places). In working condition. Actual watch-piece is black and white with Roman...More Details »
Item #: AAG-46356
Condition: Antique
Sold
SOLD
Description: Knight of Pythias emblem with knight's head. Skull and crossbones with red eyes and semi-precious stones in cross.
Item #: 102-61020-10
Condition: Antique
Sold
Description: Rust on white silhouette of a man. Tiger eye on reverse side.
Item #: 102-61021
Condition: Antique
Price: $85.00
Qty:

Description: 11" long. Large link with a "T" on one end.
Item #: 102-61017
Condition: Antique
Price: $85.00
Qty:

SOLD
Description: 8" long. Double chain with slide. One pearl and two red stones.
Item #: 102-06
Condition: Antique
Sold
Items 1-5 of 5
Shop Gallery    

Share