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that is a pretty funky fitting! However, that is a plain leather band that is screwed to the fitting. Your local jeweler could do that job for you or contact them direct. You will get a plain strap with two holes in it.
I would recommend going to a watch repair shop for this. Depending on the style of bracelet there are a couple solutions. I would suggest a shop familiar with or that carries Anne Klein. Most repair shops will have extender links and clasps. If you have a fashion watch that doesn't have a typical clasp or bracelet set up a Anne Klein dealer will be able to better assist you in getting a solution from Anne Klein.
Precision Time has Anne Klein and they do a fair job of getting parts through their repair center. You can visit their web site at PrecisionTimeCo.Com.
This is right. Anne Klein do not supply any parts to customers, so, you have to ask your jeweller/watchmaker to order the glass first and then they gonna fit it. You have another way to do that; ask your jeweller to send your watch to Anne Klein, where the glass will be replaced, but this way it will cost a lot more and you will have to wait much longer. I'd advice to choose the first way, as there is no difference where the watch glass was fitted.