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November 27, 1987 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-27

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©1985

A legend in modern design: Movado® Museum®
Watch.
It was inspired by the group of international
artists who founded the famous Bauhaus School in
the mid 1920's.
Simplicity, tastefulness, function was their dictum.
And one of its purist expressions was the watch dial
distinguished by a single dot, designed a decade later
by Nathan George Horwitt.
In the 1950's this design was recognized by the
Museum of Modern Art and selected for its per-
manent collection.
It seems appropriate that today, the Movado
Watch is crafted in Switzerland, the country that
gave roots to both watchmaking and the Bauhaus
movement of modern design.
The Movado Museum Watch is executed in an 18
karat gold micron-finish. It is water-resistant and has
an electronic quartz movement. (Should you prefer,
the watch is available in 14 karat gold as well.)
The Movado Museum Watch. A contemporary
classic. A timeless timepiece.

MOVADO

The Museum.Watch.

The Movado Museum dial has been a trademark of The Movado Watch Corporation for over 2 decades.

Come and see one of the largest selections of Movado Watches in the Metro Detroit area.

rJ

357-5578

Va

fine jewelry and gifts

SAVINGS, SELECTION AND PERSONAL SERVICE

26400 W. 12 Mile Rd. (N.E. corner of Northwestern) in the Franklin Savings Center.

SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS (starting November 27th): Monday-Friday 10 AM until 8 PM,
Saturday 10 AM until 5:45 PM and Sunday Noon until 4:45 PM.

Now available Tapper's Preferred Customer Charge Card. Use your Card this Holiday Season
and pay no finance charge until March, 1988.

G - 64

FRIDAY, NOV. 27, 1987

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