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American Timepiece Cuff Links, Stainless Steel

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Price: $150.00 $75.00
Member Price: $135.00 $67.50

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Description

A charming trade catalogue in the Museums collection is the basis for our unique timepiece cuff links with functioning watches. Our handsome cuff links are developed from a clock pictured in the Illustrated Catalogue of Clocks, published about 1880 by the F. Kroeber Clock Company of New York.

Stainless- steel case, with steel snap back (to replace battery). Quartz movement. 3/4'' diam.

  • Stainless-steel case, with steel snap back (to replace battery)
  • Quartz movement
  • 3/4'' diam.

Art History

The nineteenth-century Industrial Revolution in England and America spurred a host of innovations in manufacturing and distribution. To entice a widespread and growing clientele with their mass-produced consumer goodshardware, ceramics, textiles, furniture, and moremerchants and wholesalers circulated trade catalogues illustrating their wares. Among these newly affordable products were pocket watches and alarm clocks, needed by middle-class citizens to synchronize their lives to Standard Time, instituted in the U.S. in 1883.

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Description

A charming trade catalogue in the Museums collection is the basis for our unique timepiece cuff links with functioning watches. Our handsome cuff links are developed from a clock pictured in the Illustrated Catalogue of Clocks, published about 1880 by the F. Kroeber Clock Company of New York.

Stainless- steel case, with steel snap back (to replace battery). Quartz movement. 3/4'' diam.





  • Stainless-steel case, with steel snap back (to replace battery)
  • Quartz movement
  • 3/4'' diam.




Art History

The nineteenth-century Industrial Revolution in England and America spurred a host of innovations in manufacturing and distribution. To entice a widespread and growing clientele with their mass-produced consumer goodshardware, ceramics, textiles, furniture, and moremerchants and wholesalers circulated trade catalogues illustrating their wares. Among these newly affordable products were pocket watches and alarm clocks, needed by middle-class citizens to synchronize their lives to Standard Time, instituted in the U.S. in 1883.


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