Vintage Wrist Watches
Wrist watches are our most commonly found watch today, merging functionality and fashion in so many different variations that each person can find a number of watches that accent their personal style. Watches worn on the wrist were first seen during the late 1700s as a women's accessory, and were found more frequently by the mid-1800s in men's sizes. However, it was not until the 1920s that wrist watches for both genders really became popular, and heralded the phasing out of pocket watch production for most companies.
The majority of the wrist watches you will find here on the PM Time Service web site will typically have been produced from the 1890s thru the 1970s, with a small part of our catalog, the quartz watches, being made from the 1970s until today.
For further information, examples, photos, and notes on how to wear our various styles of watches and watch accessories, please visit our How-To-Wear Guide.
You can narrow your search by going to one of the following sections, or browse all our wrist watches further below...
Additionally, you can navigate our catalog by visiting our "Watch Styles By Popular Grouping" page, or choose from some of the following commonly viewed groups...
Wyler 17J Incaflex Dynawind automatic (self-winding) wrist watch, smooth polish WBM rectangular case
PMW993 - This item is currently available.
UAC-Geoffrey 17J wrist watch, heavy YGP rectangular case, Pink Panther dial
PMW994 - This item is currently available.
Elgin 7J ladies' wrist watch #36907760, elegant rectangular YGF art-deco design case
PMLW718 - This item is currently for sale at our Etsy Store.
Timex for Walt Disney Productions 1J wrist watch, heavy WBM round case, Mickey Mouse dial
PMW740 - This item is currently available.