I see what you did there ;-) (The Parville sizing is "classic" by men's standards --- read small in 2015. It also doubles as a unisex/ladies watch. ;-) )If you like Roman numerals you might like the Tissot LeLocle. If not, check out the Melbourne Watch Company Flinders. If you only like them a little, check out the Melbourne Parkville.
For the design of the Triwa, there's not going to be a lot of cheap stuff that's totally similar and learning to love quartz may well be an option. For guilloche style dials, most of the designs are more dressy/classic, so any gold isn't set against blue to make it less "old fashioned."
A lot of Mido watches have a highly detailed dial OR the outer ring with markers, but not usually both in the same package. The price is also at the top of your range or above.
(a classic style with similar markers to the Triwa, but there are tons of these used/vintage as well: Mido Multifort Automatic Chronograph White Dial Leather Men's Watch M0054301603200 - Mido - Shop Watches by Brand - Jomashop )
For modern with a detailed dial and gold (but no outer ring and no blue
Mido Multifort Automatic Silver Dial Two-tone Men's Watch M0054302203102 - Mido - Shop Watches by Brand - Jomashop