I don't know what the specific term for the type of stem I need but it's a ball joint stem type I need. The picture in this posting shows a stem for a 10 ligne stem Waltham. If one notice the male part of the stem moves around. I need one for a 6/0 watch case.
In the picture below is a comparison of two Waltham Hubbard ruby dials. The left contains cabochon cut rubies while the right contains faceted rubies (it's hard to tell but one can notice the brilliance of the faceted cut rubies versus the cabochon ones).
Thanks to Jerry Treiman I found out what model my Waltham is. Here are some pictures of my two Waltham Hubbard in my collection that show the similarities between the "Albright" that I currently acquired.
When it comes to American made wristwatches it's unusual to see factory dials with gem stones set into them, and the ones you do see are usually jobber cased watches that are not factory. Hamilton is one of the few American watch companies to offer factory dials with diamonds set into them. On...