Wednesday, December 1, 2021

In 1875, just as America was entering its golden age of industry and progress, one visionary leader would rise to ignite a series of iconic moments in our nation’s history – and transform the way the world perceived time.

Fueled by the era’s risk-taking ethos, Joseph Bulova presented one innovation after the next. Ultimately opening a small store in downtown New York City that would mark the beginning of his lifelong quest: to craft supreme quality timepieces for an ever-changing and dynamic landscape.

With an unwavering drive for perfection, efficiency and precision, quality craftsmanship became the foundation upon which Joseph Bulova built his brand. But what fueled the brand’s continual progress was its spirit of invention – pursuing innovation and technology both within the timepiece industry – and beyond.

Top Stories

Citizen Watch America strengthens Luxury Brands Division with appointment of dedicated managing director

Joy Tarbox brings considerable experience from the luxury world, having worked in senior executive and commercial roles at Corum, Chanel, and Gucci Group Watches and Fine Jewelry.

Bulova sends 1971 Moon Rover timepiece for a second spin

Among the most celebrated of the watchmaker’s space missions came on August 2, 1971, when Apollo 15’s mission commander David Scott, the seventh man to walk on the moon and the first to drive the Lunar Rover, made lunar history while wearing his personally gifted Bulova chronograph.

Bulova supports students at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts

A version of Fly Me To The Moon performed by students aims to bring attention to the school’s work.