Engraved Father Of The Groom Pocket Watch
A quality silver plated Quartz personalised pocket watch with unique roman and standard numerals on the face (see picture.) The lid comes with a hat and the words ‘Father of the Groom’ engraved at the top and has space for your own personal message to make this a truly unique gift.
This engraved pocket watch is an ideal gift for the Father of the Groom as a keepsake of the special day.
Once engraved, this personalised watch gift comes with a chain, pocket hook and it will be presented in a lined card presentation box to make the full hunter pocket watch easy to wrap or to present.
You may personalise this unique gift with an engraved inscription on the lid. You can use 48 characters in total, 20 characters on line 1, 18 characters on line 2 and 10 characters on line 3 (including spaces.) Your engraving will be in our unique font as standard but you may choose another font from the personalisation box if you prefer.
Or, perhaps you would like to apply this personalisation to one of the other watches in our range? You could choose the Gold or Silver Single Opening Skeleton Pocket watch, or the Bronze, Silver, Gold or Gun Metal twin opening Skeleton Watches for a little more. All these watches are pictured for you to compare and available through the drop down box.
This stylish personalised Father of the Groom’s pocket watch is engraved in-house, so if you have a special requirement or any questions contact us and we will try and accommodate your request.
Why not also purchase a greetings card for a little extra in the personalisation fields? We will send a bespoke A5 sized card, folded in half and printed with your message on one of the inner sides. A white envelope will also be sent.
You could also include a holographic gift bag for your engraved pocket watch gift in silver, red gold or purple. If you require this option then just choose the colour you prefer in the dropdown box provided.
Plated metal’glass’ is PMMA Acrylic
Approximately: 4.7cm x 6cm including opening mechanism