• Brand : VICEROY • Model : 432047-99 • Collection : Fun Colors • Gender : Unisex • Time Indication : Analogue • Functions : Chronograph • Mechanism : Quartz • Case Material : Steel Treatment IP Pink • Color Sphere : Black • Material of Strap : Resin • Color of Strap : Black • Type of Closure : Buckle • Waterproof : 100m ( 10 bar / 10 atm ) • Calendar : Not • Case Dimensions : 0 • Luminescent : Yes • Glass : Mineral
Rose gold ip coated stainless steel case with black ip coated bezel
Chronograph: 2 counters; date sub-dial; sub seconds
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If you don't like what's being said, then change the conversation. Measuring 3" tall these retro themed roly poly style glasses are sure to be the perfect conversation starter for any occasion. Slip back in style to the 1960s with these silver rimmed, hand-blown & imported drink ware. Perfect for 8 ounces of scotch, rye, gin or vodka, these glasses are sure to give you the perfect twinge of nostalgia with every sip. Drink like there is no tomorrow because after all there isn't one.
*Not dishwasher safe.
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A great grandson of Queen Victoria, nephew of the Tsar, and cousin of the Prince of Wales, Lord Louis Mountbatten had proven his mettle as Supreme Allied Commander in Southeast Asia during World War II. But his toughest mission came after the war, when British Prime Minister Attlee tapped Mountbatten to oversee India’s transition to self-rule. This Emmy®-winning Masterpiece Theatre classic portrays the human drama behind the history. As blood runs in the streets, Mountbatten (Nicol Williamson) becomes the go-between for the charismatic leaders at the heart of the struggle: the Congress Party’s Pandit Nehru (Ian Richardson) and Sardar Patel (A.K. Hangal), the Muslim League’s Ali Jinnah (Vladek Sheybal), and the father of independent India, Mahatma Gandhi (Sam Dastor). The task is daunting, but the blue-blooded Englishman and his compassionate wife (Janet Suzman) soldier on, ending 200 years of British rule in India.