Capturing the bold sophistication and modernism of the Hollyhock House, Frank Lloyd Wright mastered the use of indoor and outdoor spaces in this architectural treasure that featured his iconic stained glass window designs composed in a geometric format of the Hollyhock flower. Built between 1919-1922 in Los Angeles, California, the Hollyhock House is the inspiration behind the design of our exclusive timepiece. It features a silver-tone stainless steel case and bracelet with a four-layer constructed dial that is finished with a domed mineral crystal that gives depth to the design, revealing the color of the foliage beyond the window. The case is designed with applied indexes on the dial ring and features a 3-hand movement with a signature second hand, and the case back includes the date the Hollyhock House project was completed. This collector’s timepiece also has deployant buckle closure with pushers and is water resistant to 30 meters.
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For over 135 years, Bulova has stood proudly in the vanguard of American innovation. A pioneering force in the industry since opening a small store in Lower Manhattan in 1875, Joseph Bulova transformed how watches were worn and how time was perceived. An independent thinker alert to the era’s risk-taking ethos, Bulova presented one innovation after another, establishing a dedication to creativity and change that endures to the present day.
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