Joseph Bulova emigrated from Bohemia (now known as the Czech Republic) in 1870 and opened his first jewelry store five years later on Manhattan's Maiden Lane. Early on, Bulova established a name for himself in the watchmaking business. Not only did he debut luxe, now-classic designs, but he also used cutting-edge manufacturing techniques and creative advertising campaigns. The company went on to create the world's first electric clocks, broadcast the world's first-ever TV commercial (aired July 1, 1941), and collaborate with NASA. Today, Bulova's watches stay true to the original design aesthetic: Elegant and refined timepieces meticulously crafted with top-quality materials. Men's and women's watches come in all different styles, from dressy to sporty.
Chic, modern and luxurious timepieces by the iconic Italian house
Take cues from him with a piece that's sleek, bold, and timeless.
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Oversized bracelets and sporty chronographs, borrowed from the boys.