Abstract: A novelty watch construction is disclosed. The face of the watch or dial includes first and second members, the first one being substantially smaller in diameter than that of the watch crystal. It overlies the second dial in spaced parallel relation, to form an interstice therebetween. The second dial member has a diameter approximating that of the crystal. A pendulum-like support is mounted on bearings between the first and second dials for orbital movement relative to the dial members and hands, the support carrying an exposed jewel or jewels which move within the circular area between the periphery of the first and second dial members. Where the jewel is provided with facets, such movement causes a continuously changing sparkle effect.
Abstract: A bezel type finger ring formed of plural cast parts which are interconnected by soldering or pinning to form a composite article. The construction includes a circular bezel member, a bezel insert member and a ring element supporting the bezel member formed as three separate ring members.