Bulova 96a104 Frank Lloyd Wright Watch Model # 96A104-1

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Bulova 96A104

Bulova 96a104 Frank Lloyd Wright Watch Model # 96A104-1

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The Guggenheim Museum building in New York was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and opened in 1959. Considered Wright's last major work, the building is a soaring spiral that ends in the magnificent glass domed window (shown at right) that is the inspiration for this watch. The silvery white face is embossed with the pattern of the struts that Wright designed to structurally support the window and also form an integral part of its design. The stainless steel bezel design echoes the concentric circles that spiral up towards the ceiling of the museum.

  • Simple black stick hands are in keeping with Wright's design aesthetic
  • Reliable and accurate Japanese quartz movement
  • Stainless steel case
  • Smooth calfskin black leather strap with buckle
  • 30 Meters water resistant (100 feet)
  • Approximate case dimensions: width 38 mm (about 1 and 1/2 inches) and 8 mm thick) This is a typical size for a men's smaller dress watch, but the simple and elegant design is equally at home on a man's or women's wrist.
  • Backed by Bulova's 2 years manufacturer's warranty

Since 1875, when 23-year-old immigrant Joseph Bulova opened a small jewelry store in New York City, the name Bulova has symbolized a unique blend of old-world craftsmanship and new-world innovation. Determined to explore every emerging possibility in the world of timekeeping, Bulova forged an enduring legacy of creativity and excellence, becoming an industry leader by combining fine design and constant experimentation with new products, untried technologies and imaginative marketing techniques. Bulova has been on the cutting edge of innovation since the beginning, being the first to create a line of affordable wristwatches in 1911, the first to create a clock radio in 1928, and even the preferred timekeeper during the space race of the 1950s and 60s. Today, after more than 130 years, Joseph Bulova’s legacy continues in a comprehensive Portfolio of Brands dedicated to addressing the changing needs of a broad range of consumers throughout the globe. One of the world’s most recognized brands, with an international reputation for design, style and technology, Bulova remains committed to upholding an extraordinary legacy of excellence for generations to come.

No matter which Bulova watch you choose, you will be perceived as someone who has good taste and class. If you are looking for an elegant diamond watch, you will find the perfect fit in our selection of Bulova Diamond Watches. When you wear a Bulova Watch, expect compliments.


  • Battery japanese quartz movement
  • mineral crystal
  • 3atm water resistant
  • Single timezones

  • Case is 9mm thick in the center, 9mm near edge
  • Case is 42mm wide with crown (38mm without)

  • Polished stainless steel silver circle case
  • White analog dial white markers
  • Silver hands
  • Black leather band, 18mm wide near case, 18mm near buckle with strap buckle clasp

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