Bulova Crystal Mother of Pearl Gold Diamond Ladies Watch 98L241 24mm
Bulova Crystal Mother of Pearl Gold Diamond Ladies Watch 98L241 24mm This Bulova Crystal Mother of Pearl Gold Diamond Ladies Watch 98L241 24mm gives a splash of sophisticated luxury to a classic timepiece style. Tastefully sparkling thanks to the addition of 126 Swarovski stones across the casing, dial and bracelet. In addition to this, the watch is two toned by the precious colour of gold. The golden Bulova logo replaces the 12 o’clock index with stones being used for the remaining hour markers. A guaranteed statement of the wearer’s undoubted class and style, this Bulova Crystal Mother of Pearl Gold Diamond Ladies Watch 98L241 24mm is a beautiful timepiece fastened by a hidden deployment clasp. This masterpiece has a water resistance of 30 metres, meaning it can be subjected to light splashes but shouldn’t be used when doing the washing up or swimming. Key Features: Analogue Display Stainless Steel Case Hidden Deployment Clasp Crystal Dial Quartz Movement Diamond Stones Gold Coloured Stainless Steel Bracelet 30m Water Resistant Mother of Pearl Dial Mineral Glass 126 Swarovski Stones The Brand: Bulova Fueled by the era’s innovative and risk-taking ethos, Joseph Bulova opened a small store in downtown Manhattan in 1875. What propelled the brand’s progress was its unwavering spirit of invention, both with and within the timepiece industry. Bulova its first plant solely dedicated to timepiece manufacture in 1912, introducing a revolutionary new standardization to the mass production of watchmaking in the process. The company’s first complete line of men’s watches soon followed in 1919, gaining huge popularity as millions of Americans were treated to the first ever radio advertising campaign: “At the tone, it’s eight o’clock, Bulova Watch Time” rang around countless living rooms for decades. Further fame was achieved when, after becoming the first solo pilot to cross the Atlantic non-stop, Charles A. Lindbergh was awarded a Bulova watch alongside his $1000 cheque. But this was not enough for Joseph Bulova; he paired these revolutions in style and advertising with dedicated and tireless research into the technology of time. After setting up an observatory on the roof of a skyscraper located at 580 5 th Avenue to determine universal time precisely, Bulova then used proprietary tuning fork based technology to develop the world’s first fully electronic watch in 1931, the most accurate timepiece in the world at the time. July 1, 1941 brought yet another world first for Bulova, as the company produced the world’s first ever television advertisement during a baseball game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Philadelphia Phillies. On July 20, 1969 Bulova completed its most impressive and iconic first to date. As the Apollo XI astronauts rounded off the historic first ever moonwalk, they paused to place a Bulova timepiece in the lunar Sea of Tranquility; not only had Bulova conquered earth, but its reach now extended into space. Not only ahead of its time in terms of timekeeping, 1972 saw Bulova launch a pioneering campaign in support of gender equality in the workplace, under the slogan “Equal Pay. Equal Time.” Fast-forward to the present day and Bulova is continuing to set the standard in pioneering watchmaking. The stunningly accurate Precisionist collection was introduced in 2010, while Curv range in 2016, featuring the world’s first curved chronograph movement, brought a revolution in timekeeping the likes of which the twenty-first century had never seen. Recent partnerships include a landmark deal to become the official timepiece supplier to Manchester United F.C. and a collaboration with the Grammys to record the most iconic moments of America’s premier music awards.