We offer the full selection of sterling silver high quality pocket watches offered by Charles Hubert Paris.
These are stunning watches. When you select our engraving services, you are creating an
heirloom gift that will be enjoyed for generations. All of our watches come with a chain.
All watches on Blowout Sale !!
Charles Hubert Pocket Watches
During the past decade, Charles-Hubert Paris has established itself as a high quality
yet very affordable watch line. With both modern and classic styling to choose from as
well as an unparalleled lifetime warranty against defects, Charles-Hubert Paris is the
most intelligent choice. All Charles-Hubert Paris Pocket Watches come complete and
ready to wear with a matching pocket watch chain packaged in a deluxe gift box.
Charles Hubert, Paris offers high fashion and quality designs.
Charles Hubert, Paris manufactures the largest selection of mechanical pocket watches
and other specialty watches such as alarm pocket watches, sun and moon pocket watches,
skeleton pocket watches and more. Their lifetime warranty guarantees you a lifetime
We take the utmost care in handling your watch as it moves through
the shipping process. We engrave very slowly and meticulously to be
sure the engraving you have chosen fits the watch nicely.
These beautiful pocket watches make wonderful gifts. Many brides and grooms choose these pocket watches as great groomsmans gifts. Bring back the nostalgia of the good old days with Charles Hubert or Montres Pocket Watches.
These are fine quality Items. They are the same items as you find
in fine department stores. You will notice from the time you open
the well packaged box that each item is made with care.
Return any unaltered item
for any reason for a 100% refund less shipping.
A Brief History of Pocket Watches
In the early 1500's, innovative clockmaker Peter Henlein of Nuremberg, Germany
(inventory of spring-powered clicks) was the first to make pocket watches.
The first pocket watches were carried around in the hand and were made of iron.
by the 1600's pocket watches were made out of other metals such as brass and steel.
In 19th century America, fine pocket watches were expensive status symbols for wealthy
men and women.
In the 20th century, pocket watches were an important accessory
from the zoot suits in the 1930's to the three piece suits of the 1950's
through to today when the pocket watch has again gained in popularity.