What a great watch and something I don't think we have seen before here.
I've looked at all our adverts but don't see a match. 1932 Unknown for now.
Hell jobrien8771, welcome to myBulova. I like your watch but don't see anything to match it to a name either. It looks like the red is enamel and not stones, Lisa (Watchophilia) has a similar watch, marked unknown. Hers has blue stones. This shape, baguette, was very popular in the early 1930's.
Closest match I can find is the Joan, which should have simulated emeralds, so not sure we have a match. 1931 offsite ad. What is the gold content of this watch?
I honestly don't see any gold, only silver and/or stainless steel I assume...
The Joan looks exactly like it though the movement mark indicates 1932 so perhaps they made this piece in 1932 as well or put a 1932 movement into a 1931 case? Thanks for finding this! This was handed down and found in an old jewelry box so I know very little about it.
Can you check the movt calibre on the back? It's not a 10AC, looks more like a 4AD.
I think you might be right. I only said 10AC because it was the only one it showed for 1932 with 17 jewels on the website but if I zoom in on the movement picture there is something engraved in a box that looks like 4AD and I don't see anything that says 10AC assuming it's on the back of the movement.
I don't know that watch... especially with the red stones. Interesting.
As someone pointed out...it's actually red enamel. I wish they were stones like rubies but not so.