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The only thing that I could advise you is contact Vicence directly so they could advice you what to do and where to bring the watch. I believe there are service centers nearby that could fix the watch. You can send them emails or call them. Below is the link to their site.
mcdevito75 Here, I would figure a specific glue to reattach the back cover. Vicence watch is in italy, I have an email address, info @vicence.it Also, from a web search, Lawson Watch.com tel. # 866-805-0007 They may be able to help.
If there is any damage to the mechanism, then it is best sent back to the maker. It seems strange that the watch has broken after such short service; if you tell them your story they may look kindly on any repair charges.
I am not sure which Vincente model you have but I can tell you that the movements for those are Swiss made. That may not seem like much but there's not a lot of info on them. Chances are it's an ETA movement and if not there's an ETA movement that should fit it. ETA is one of the top Swiss movement makers around. You will find their movements in more watch over $1500 then I care to mention. You should be able to get a movement for around $150 plus installation. You will need to go to a watch repair shop so find a good one. Hope this helps.
Unfortunately Vicence does not do such a service, but do not panic yet, as you can go to the nearest jewellery shop and ask to fit any gold bracelet you choose. Just take your watches with you, because the jeweller will need to get measurements between case lugs and the overall length of the new bracelet and watch to fit your wrist perfectly. Do not forget to rate, please.
Try this link - nobody seems to claim to specialise in Vicence but I am sure you can find one to suit. Most jewellers deal with most brands.
Hope this helps :)