BUREN WATCH CO.

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From 1899 to 1932, Buren was the Swiss factory of H. Williamson, Ltd, an English company. Williamson, bought a watch factory in Switzerland and created the Buren Watch Company. Ads in the 1920's proclaimed Buren to be "The Perfect Watch" and boasted of the linking up of Swiss watch manufacturing with British Enterprise and Capital. This came to an end during the Great Depression and Buren came to be an independent Swiss firm. This occurred in 1932 when the employees bought the plant and it became The Buren Watch Co., Switzerland. On March 1, 1966 Buren Watch Co. was acquired by the Hamilton Watch Co. and the Swiss factory became Buren Watch Hamilton. Production came to an end in 1972.

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BUREN WATCH CO.
mahogany mantel clock
A solid mahogany mantel clock, having an elongated arch top, with brass side pilasters. The enamel dial has a thick bevel edge glass. It has a Swis...
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silver plated mantel clock
a silver plated mantel clock, having a swept arch top case, with side handles,a pierced Greek key banding and small bracket feet. The engine turned...
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