Union Terminal


Concourse Champagne
Concourse Champagne
Concourse Champagne
Concourse Champagne
Concourse Champagne
Concourse Champagne
Concourse Champagne
Concourse Champagne

Concourse Champagne

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  • Assembled in USA
  • 2 Year Warranty
  • International Shipping Available

The first watch to represent and honor the clock from the Concourse at the Union Terminal. The Concourse was torn down in 1972 to accommodate freight trains, in 2023 the clock has been revived as a unique piece of history you can wear on your wrist. 

This unique design features a "Luxurious" finish Sellita SW300-1a, 10.5 mm of case thickness, and 100 meters of water resistance.


  • 38 mm 316L Stainless Steel
  • 10.5 mm thick
  • 44.5 mm Lug-to-Lug
  • 22 mm Lug width
  • 10 ATM Water Resistance
  • Exhibition Caseback


  • Sapphire Front and Back


  • Champagne color with art deco chevron pattern on second layer
  • First dial layer coated in C3 Super Luminova


  • Swiss Made Sellita SW300-1a
  • Elabore Grade
  • Luxe Finish
  • 25 Jewels
  • 56 hour power reserve
  • Adjusted to 5 positions

Included Accessories

  • 22 mm Stainless Steel bracelet, tapers to 16 mm, 2 micro adjustments on clasp. Links secured by screws.



  • Assembled in Cincinnati by our In-House Watchmaker

  • United States & US Territories
  • US Military Personnel at home & abroad
  • $14 Flat Rate
  • Signature Required Shipping on all watches.
  • International Shipping Rates available during checkout

Union Terminal

Concourse Clock

Walking into Union Terminal train station, one walked under the backlit art deco clock on the exterior face of the half dome. Immediately the traveler is greeted by one of the first digital clocks in the World. After purchasing tickets passengers walked onto The Concourse where at the end of the magnificent hall the Concourse Clock told the same precise time as the clock outside, the digital clock, and every clock on the entire 40 acre campus.

Art Deco Over the Tracks
The Concourse

Tunnels on either side of the Union Terminal for cars, busses, & streetcar to enter & exit the other side. Behind the terminal the Concourse extends over the railroad tracks. The Concourse was demolished in 1972 to make way for larger freight trains.

Time Is Of
The Essence

All of the clocks, from the clock in the Presidents office to the engine roundhouse, and of course the Concourse clock were synced so that they all told accurate time! Trains arriving at Union Terminal pulled under the building were passengers waited comfortably above in, The Concourse.

A Union Terminal

Created in partnership with the Union Terminal, a portion of every sale directly benefits the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. Find out more about this historic landmark, its significance, innovations, art and role in the community.

Architectural Experience
Design & Time

Walking into the huge terminal half dome is inspiring. The initial amazement is carried through the entire building as passengers would experience it, the art deco mosaic tiles, fonts, marble, and inspired design extends along The Concourse to the back of the terminal, to the Concourse Clock.

David Lombardi's Virtual Concourse

David Lombardi recreated The Concourse in color! Cincinnati VR company Kinetic Vision used David Lombardi's artwork to create a Virtual Reality walkthrough of the Concourse. Allowing one, through the use of a VR headset, to 'walk' amongst the hall, view the mosaic tiles close up, to see the light "steaming" in through the windows. David's work allows us to see the Concourse, demolished in 1972, in color! Something we never would be able to see without his artwork.

David Lombardi's

Concourse in color

Black & White
David Lombardi's Concourse in:

The Concourse Clock Now

When the Concourse was torn down in 1972, the Concourse Clock went to a garage for storage and ended up displaying on the ground, in a bubble facing upward. Above it was a bridge that connected a parking lot to Music Hall, home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Symphony goers, can't be late; the second the music starts the doors shut. The Concourse Clock kept time, concertgoers knew their walking speed needs by looking down at the clock on the ground facing up at them. Now, the clock is back at Union Terminal, and the bridge, demolished.


Most jewelers and watch repair shops will be able to easily size the bracelet. The bracelet uses screws to secure the links. An appropriate sized screwdriver of high quality will be required to size.

Minor adjustments can be made in the clasp. The clasp is held in place by a spring loaded pin. Carefully depress the tip of the pin through the hole in the side of the clasp and move it to the next hole being careful not to let it fly out. Repeat the process on the opposite side.

Cincinnati Watch Company watches are available at several of Cincinnati's best jewelry stores. Here is the list of retailers where you can try them on and purchase in person at the same price listed online.

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