Engraved Pocket Watch - initial and Date

£24.99
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Product Description

Perfect for giving a timeless gift that will always be remembered, our Engraved Pocket Watch - Initial and Date would suit any momentous occasion, or an occasion that warrants a bottle of bubbly and a toast.

Ideal for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and more this engraved pocket watch is as elegant as it is timeless. It will slip easily inside a suit pocket, and even comes presented in its own round tin box with a small window in the top.

To personalise the pocket watch, simply tell us up to any 3 initials to be engraved on the front of the watch, followed by 10 characters for immortalising a date. Great for a birthday or a Valentine's Day treat, there is nothing more classic than this pocket watch.

With a smooth chrome exterior and stylish chain detailing, this gift would mark an occasion such as a graduation, a wedding or an achievement.

  • Pocket watch measures approx. W: 47mm H: 60mm D: 15mm
  • Tin box measures approx: W: 90mm D: 90mm H: 60mm
  • Chain measures approx. 14-inch
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Your order will be despatched using your chosen delivery method or for larger parcels a tracked service at our discretion.

Returns

We keep returns process as simple as possible. If you would like to return an item please contact us. Please note: personalised, made-to-order and perishable items are non-refundable.

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