Help him keep track of his day in style, with this sophisticated Charles Hubert silver-plated pocket watch and matching 12" chain! The front cover featuures an intricately-embossed design with a center shield for free engraving of up to 3 intials. The smooth back cover is perfect for inscribing up to 4 lines of engraving, also at no extra charge. The watch inside features a white dial, with black Roman numerals, hands, and sub-dial. This timepiece comes packaged in a Charles Hubert gift box.
White dial with black Roman numerals, hands, and date display at 3:00
Packaged in a Charles Hubert gift box
Diameter: 1 7/8 "
Free engraving of up to 3 initials on front, and up to 4 lines of inscription on back cover
Engraving done by us, in our warehouse
You'll be able to enter your engraving, preview it and edit it
Engraving does not slow order processing time, your order will still ship the next business day.
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Can the 3 engraved initials on the front be placed side by side in the shield; that is, arranged in a row horizontally? And if so, what would the maximum size be, in Script font? That was how you did it for me on a similar watch a few years ago.
Yes, we could do that. I would not recommend the script font though as the letters would have to be extremely small to fit. Would you consider doing the letters in a times new roman print?