This belonged to my mother-in-law. It was inside a long rectangular white Bulova box with gold writing. On the inside lid it says Diamond Romance by Bulova. 23 Jewels 14 Karat Gold. A note in the box said she received it as a gift on March 31, 1962.
It has a stretch band, and each link has some writing on it, but it is so small that even with magnifiers I cannot make out what it says. The watch shape is oval with 3 leaves on each end of the bezel. Each leaf contains a tiny diamond (6 total.) On the face of the watch it says Bulova and the number 23. On the winder is the letter B. It keeps time. The watch is silver in color, so my guess is that it is white gold?
On the back of the case is the number 545485 and 14K Bulova. It is also engraved with the following: Thanks Millie Bob & De.
I cannot get the back case off. I will have to take it to a jewler because I do not want to take a chance of damaging it. I have searched the web and only seen one that looks the same. It was on worthpoint. The site did not give any details about the watch except to show a picture of it.