Station Hands On Watch in Copper Dial


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  • -Made in England.
  • -This stunning watch features hand wound mechanical 17 jewel Swiss movement,  and is hand cased in England after 1950s style Rolex cases. The face is made with copper and tilted at 45 degrees for easy reading and the glass is a high domed acrylic crystal. The strap is made of natural bridle leather and features a sand cast brass buckle. Please note that because this watch is hand cased it is not guaranteed to be water resistant and should be removed before any contact with water.
  • -Swiss 17 jewel movement.
  • -High domed acrylic crystal.
  • -Copper face.
  • -Hand cased in England.
  • -Wattle tanned leather wristband.
  • -Sand cast brass buckle.
  • -Please note that because  this watch is hand cased, it is not guaranteed to be water resistant and should be removed before any contact with water.

Flat rate for an entire order-
Domestic ground for the lower 48 states is $10.00
Domestic ground to Alaska or Hawaii is $20.00
Next day air domestic is $60.00
2nd day air domestic is $40.00
3 day select domestic is $30.00
Canadian flat rate is $40
Worldwide expedited 2-5 days is $60.00

We are happy to accept returns for items within 7 days of order delivery. We offer you the option of exchange or refund. Refunds are credited to the original form of payment. More on shipping & returns can be found in our customer care section.

All sales final on sale items. No returns or exchanges are accepted on sale merchandise.

Tender has its roots in antique workwear and machinery, especially from the Great British Steam Age. On a steam train, the tender was the truck which carried the coal and water to power the locomotive, and was coupled in between the engine and the carriages. The other important face of Tender is the nurture which is put into the clothes: in their research, design, manufacture, and wear. Just as a gardener tends to a rose bed, or a shepherd is the tender to a flock of sheep, so it is important that Tender's owners will live with their clothes, wearing them hard, but respecting their provenance and the stories they have to tell.