Hamilton 'Lady Hamilton' Vintage Watches For 2010
Once, most ladies' watches use to look like this, delicate little things that felt like jewelry with watch movements in them. That was about 100 years ago, and while Hamilton was still American, it made lots of these. Today watches like this aren't common - at least not newly made ones. But with the throw-back kick that is so popular, Hamilton has decided to give it a shot. Maybe they will sell? There is always that post-modern flapper crowd to market to right?
'Lady Hamilton' was the name given to Hamilton watches... for ladies back them. So the new models are called the "Lady Hamilton Vintage" watches. Seems to make sense. Small, at 15mm wide by 28.55mm long, these watches are pretty true to their historic sizes. In steel, they come in either black or gold PVD coated tones as well. The dials come in black or white, complete with art deco inspired faces. Hamilton is even making a few of these available with diamonds on the case. Priced from $545.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.