Frequently Asked Questions

Terms & Conditions


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All orders will be shipped via Registered Air Mail with delivery time 15-25 days (in rare cases up to 45 days).

Some expensive items can be shipped with Expedited Mail with delivery time up to 5-14 days.


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Warranty, Refund & Return

We guarantee your complete satisfaction with all products. But if you are in any way unsatisfied with the item anytime within 14 days after you receive it, we will fully refund the purchase price immediately after receipt the item back.

If for any reason you'll receive the product damaged or in non-functioning condition, please contact us immediately via email, we'll gladly assist you in any way we can.

About mechanical watches

What is the 'marriage' watch'?

It is a wristwatch that has 'married' an old vintage original movement (usually mechanical pocket watch movement) with other non-original or original watch parts (case, dial, wristband, etc...).

Service of vintage mechanical watch 

Even movements are all around 100 years old, they are still capable of running another 100 years and more.

However, it is important to periodically service a watch to ensure that the components are well-lubricated, and that the mechanism is free from dust, dirt, and moisture. Any water that gets inside a mechanical watch will wreak havoc with the precision mechanism inside.

The vintage watch (as like as a modern watch) watch needs to be serviced approximately once in every 2-3 years.

Winding and setting the time
Your watch must be wound each day for timekeeping. The normal position for the crown is the winding position. Wind the crown clockwise until you feel enough resistance that makes the crown stop, usually between 35 to 50 winds. Once it reaches this resistance it is fully wound. Do not try and force it to wind further.

To set the time, carefully pull out the crown until you are able to move the hands. Rotate the crown clockwise to adjust the time. Push the crown back to winding position when doneCounter-clockwise adjustments may damage the movement, so make it for small adjustments only (for minutes, but not for hours).