Here's something a little different. It's a one-off piece by Canadian watchmaker Al Jenski (Archer Watches).
It features a lovely guilloche dial and elegant blued hands. I have since had a stylized capital "A" etched onto the previously blank medallion.
In the vast majority of watches in this configuration, you will find the ubiquitous ETA / Unitas 6497/8 hand-wind pocket watch movement. This one does feature a re-cased pocket watch movement, but in this case it is the lovely vintage Hamilton cal. 917. The level of finish on what was, in its day, a workhorse caliber puts a great many contemporary movements in far pricier retail categories completely to shame.
Al is very careful about movement regulation, so this piece runs as accurately as most of my contemporary pieces, and better than some. In any event, comfortably within chronometer specs.
At 42mm, it's on the large side for a dress watch, but here the size is determined not by fashion or trend but by the dimensions of the movement, which as you can see, quite completely fills the case. it's a welcom change from so many display-back "portholes" where there is a huge disparity between the large case and the small movement ticking away inside.