I've been trying to definitively ID this watch for a while. The issue is that it's a very subtle watch, with few good, clear screen caps that I can find.
My initial gut reaction was that it's a Skagen mesh bracelet watch--the versions with a separate lug that attaches the band to the case, rather than the all-in-one case that morphs into the mesh band.
I thought it was Skagen, because it's such a classic design, very Danish and has been around for quite some time. It's an affordable watch that is designerly and clean--it crosses 'money' lines & is less obvious than a Movado, say.
But the lugs are the thing that's killing me. I have found some Skagens that seem to have the correct lug width--but then the case seems too thick. There are a ton of mesh bracelet watches out there. It could just as possibly be a Timex--another classic, affordable watch-maker with some very nice watches--or a Maurice Lacroix, Hillfiger--just so many brands do this type of watch now. But Skagan was the original.
So, thus far, the parts I'm using as fingerprint factors are:
- white dial, or stainless--but I think white
- mesh bracelet
- separate lugs that attach the mesh band to the case
- some kind of numbers or hash marks on the face
- clean, flat buckle
But beyond Skagen watches, there are so many similar styles:
Hamlin, Hilfiger, Marice Lacroix, Timex (X2)...the list can go on and on...
Here's a really lovely Calvin Klein watch. Sharon's isn't this one at all, but the CK watch is just so gorgeous and simple:
Those engraved numbers are freaking beautiful. I can hardly stand how sublime this watch is.
But, back to the issue at hand: what watch is Sharon sporting? I want to say it's a Skagen for all the reasons, but if it's a prop watch (?) it could be nearly any knock-off brand. I keep hoping one of these days I'll find a great reference shot & solve it. Until then, I'm trending toward Skagen, but keeping an open mind.
I'm thinking that strap end is a give-away. Nearly positive we've got a Skagen goin' on.