|original brand name||Bulova|
|total gemstone carat weight||0.04ctw||~ 0.00oz|
|max length||6.5 inch|
|total item length||43 mm|
|gemstone||diamond||The Most Brilliant of the gemstones. Diamond jewelry is Treasured as a symbol of Everlasting Love and Perfection|
|color||G - H||Top Wesselton. Rare White to White|
|clarity||VS1 - VS2||Super Clean Stone. Inclusions Not visible at 10x magnification|
|gemstone||mother of pearl|
|comes with||operating instructions|
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Bulova watches began in 1875 with an immigrant setting up a jewelry store in New York City, Joseph Bulova. His commitment to quality and affordability led the company to expand into the large company it is today. In addition to its strong history, Bulova is also the purveyor of a number of innovations in the watch world, most notably the use of tuning forks to keep accurate time. All models of Bulova watches are intricately constructed with even the smallest details taken into consideration. 10 Brand new. Never been used. 9 Mint or like-new. 8 Excellent condition. Barely discernible signs of use. 7 Very good. There may be some light scratches and/or marks. 6 Good. There are some scratches/marks commensurate with regular use or age. 5 Good. May have some wear on leather,discoloration or marks throughout. 4 Fair. Obvious signs of use; noticeable scratches, stains or discoloration. 3 Fair. Very obvious signs of use. There are many scratches and stains. 2 Acceptable. Still in adequate condition for continued use. 1 Acceptable. May require some repair and/or cleaning before use.