A college graduation gift from her father in 1952, Jackie wore this watch often during her early years as the roving photographer for the Washington Times- Herald.
This chain bracelet watch has its own serial number. The watch has a white dial with gold-tone hands and Japanese quartz movement. A rectangular case houses goldtone Roman numerals at the 3, 6, 9, and 12. The watch is 7.75"l with a fold over adjustable clasp. The watch is 24k gold plated.
Comes in an gift boxed that is a velour-covered steel case. Included is a Camrose and Kross Certificate of authenticity. Also a romance card with some fascinating information about Jackie and her life.
Camrose and Kross has reproduced the Jacqueline Kennedy Collection as costume jewelry. Most of the peices are white metal alloys electroplated in either 24k gold, rhodium or platinum. All rings are vermeil: pure sterling silver plated in 100 mils of 24k gold. All of the jewelry is guaranteed for life against defects in workmanship. This includes plating chipping or wearing, stones falling out or defective hardware and findings. Watches fall under the same warranty, except for their movements, which are guaranteed for 1 year.