Native American Jewelry – Watch Styles

Hi! I just found your website. I saw a turquoise cuff watch that i loved… but it was sold already. Is there any way you can email me when you get something like that in. I am very interested in cuff watches. The one I loved was #w203… anything similar would be great. Let me know what you think. Thanks, chrissy

Hi Chrissy,
The watch you are referring to that was sold was indeed unique because of the fact the watch face was mounted on the end of the cuff rather than in the middle. It was the first and only watch like that we have ever had in our pawn shop.
Native American watches are usually made in three styles:
Expansion band watches where the watch tips are the only Native American made portion. (Watch tips is the term given to the two decorative panels that connect the watch face to the expansion band.)
Link watches where all but the watch face is Native American made.
Cuff watches where all but the watch face is Native American made.
Here is an example of each.
Native American Expansion Band Style Watch
Native American Expansion Band Style Watch
Native American Link Watch
Native American Link Watch
Native American Cuff  Watch

Native American Cuff Watch

Since the above cuff watch is a very large men’s watch, here is another example of a more typical ladies cuff watch from the front and the back so you can see how it is very much like a cuff bracelet.
Native American Ladies Cuff Watch - Front View
Native American Ladies Cuff Watch – Front View
Native American Ladies Cuff Watch - Rear View
Native American Ladies Cuff Watch – Rear View
As far as emailing you when we get more cuff watches in, I’ve tucked your email into my WANTED folder and will do my very best to alert you……..BUT really the best way to see our new items is to watch our NEW ITEMS page.  Every day we list a number of new items and they show up there first.
Have fun browsing and let me know if I can answer any other questions.

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