Bulova 1937 Pandora

Submitted by TexasLady on September 23, 2018 - 5:31pm
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This is a Bulova Ladies watch in 14K White Gold,  twenty four (24) Diamonds with a 14K White Gold Snake Band.

1937 Bulova watch
1937 Bulova watch
1937 Bulova watch
1937 Bulova watch
1937 Bulova watch
Posted September 28, 2018 - 10:30pm

Can you please confirm the diamond count in the bezel? I count 24 but could be missing some.

Posted October 10, 2018 - 4:19pm

In reply to by mybulova_admin

You are correct, there are twenty-four (24) diamonds in the watch....Sorry, I made a mistake in typing the info.

Posted October 28, 2018 - 7:32pm

Sorry, don't know how I missed this one, guess I was asleep at the wheel. I find no ads for this beauty. Another amazing unknown for me

1937 unknown

Posted August 30, 2019 - 4:17pm


Could my little beauty be the "Pandora"?  I believe she is.


I found a new ad today that seems clearer regarding the center top tier and center bottom tier design having the "pencil design" with the diamond inserted in it.

The ad shows a mono- lug for the cord band to be looped through however, my watch looks like the lugs were altered underneath the diamond tiered sections.

There is a "C" type lug beneath the diamond tiered sections and the snake bracelet end pieces are inserted into the "C" shaped lugs, making it a little difficult to open the watch case. See photos:

The new ad is from Lancaster Daily Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster, PN.,  Oct. 4, 1938.

Reverend Rob
Posted August 30, 2019 - 3:00pm

The stepped sections on your watch are different (larger)  than the advert. The mono-lug is clearly visible in the illustration, but not on on the subject watch. The stepped sections cover it completely, and even when the watch is turned over, you can just make it out, but it isn't clear how the bracelet is attached. Is it a clip?

Posted September 3, 2019 - 11:00pm

Bulova Pandora looks to be correct. I'll update the watch entry.