Timeless, Vulcain to produce 100 unique watches honoring Jerusalem

The limited edition watches will celebrate the Israeli capital and be available for purchase when June ends.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 20, 2019 02:16
Timeless, Vulcain to produce 100 unique watches honoring Jerusalem

Vulcain Jerusalem watch . (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The eternal city will be honored at the end of June with a limited edition of Swiss Vulcain watches. Each of the 100 watches will present a  hand painted scene of the Western Wall on its enamel dial. The asking price currently stands at 13,400 USD. 
 
This type of wristwatch is called a “cricket,” meaning it’s a mechanical alaram wristwatch.

In addition to enjoying such a unique piece those who wear it will enjoy a bracelet made from black Louisiana alligator leather. 
 

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