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A Full-size Hamilton racing airplane replica is making its only U.S. appearance at Scheherazade Jewelers in Galleria. The Hamilton Fine Swiss Watch Collection combines the American spirit with the unrivaled precision of the latest Swiss movements and technologies.
Hamilton’s Connection to Aviation Hamilton Watch
The Hamilton Watch Company was founded in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1892 and in 1912, its first series of pocket watches became known as “The watch of Railroad accuracy.” Just seven years later, in 1919, the pilots of the first US airmail service between Washington and New York wore Hamilton aeronautical watches. As commercial air travel grew, Hamilton eventually became the official timekeeper of choice for TWA, Eastern, United and Northwest Airlines.
Fast-forward to today, the Hamilton brand is connected to a number of international aviation events sharing the cockpit with leading aerobatic pilot, Nicolas Ivanoff. With a bright orange and black color scheme and a wingspan of 24 feet, this true-to-life replica will command a large presence during this exclusive event at Galleria.
Presenting “Sky High Fashion” at Galleria Edina March 24th through March 26th
To highlight the aircraft, Scheherazade Jewelers is joining other Galleria merchants and restaurants in sponsoring “Sky High Fashion” – an out-of-this-world event you won’t want to miss.
While the Hamilton plane is on display from March 4 – 31, stop into Scheherazade and register to win amazing prizes, including a versatile Hamilton sport watch valued at $945.00.
Also, with every Hamilton watch sold during this exclusive event, customers will receive a special gift with purchase. What a perfect time to choose an American-legacy-inspired watch featuring unmatched Swiss precision.
On Friday, March 18th, stop by Scheherazade and meet our knowledgeable Hamilton Watch Representative who will be delighted to show you the latest in Hamilton’s classic designs. It’s one of the greatest aviation events you can attend with both feet on the ground!