Art Deco Platinum, Hardstone Cameo, and Diamond Pendant Watch, the hardstone cameo depicting an Elizabethan maiden, within an elaborate mount set with old single- and old European-cut diamonds and fancy-cut onyx, millegrain and engraved accents, enclosing a Gruen Watch Co. 16-jewel manual-wind movement, the bail set with two marquise-cut diamonds, and suspended from black cord with an Asscher-cut diamond slide, pendant lg. 2 in.
Gruen Watch Mens Silver Gold Stainless Brown Leather 30m Battery Gray Quartz
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Workers at Columbus Watch Company around 1900. The Columbus Watch Company was founded by Dietrich Gruen on December 22, 1874 in Columbus, Ohio. Gruen would later become founder of the Gruen Watch Company with his son Frederick. At first, the company finished movements imported from Switzerland, made primarily by Leo Asbey. In 1882, the company attracted a number of new investors, and moved to a newly-built factory on Thurman Street, in the "German Village" section of Columbus.