Indicator, usually made of a thin, light piece of metal, very variable in form, which moves over a graduated dial or scale. Watches usually have three hands showing the hours, minutes and seconds.
A watch which is hand-wound or manual is one which needs the crown to be turned in order to ensure that it keeps time.
The authorised stamp impressed on gold or silver watches. Hallmarking has been in existence for nearly 700 years and so is one of the oldest forms of consumer protection. Under the British hallmarking system precious metal articles are tested independently.
A polygon having six angles and six sides.