Dauphine hands are usually triangular shaped and can be luminous, beveled, or flat.
Baton Hands are different from Stick Hands because they come to a point.
Galba hands are usually smaller and thicker than Dauphine Hands.
Sword hands get their name from their resemblance to a sword. They are somewhat diamond shaped.
Stick Hands may look like Baton Hands, but they do not come to a point on the ends. Stick Hands can be beveled, flat, or luminous.
Mercedes Hands get their name from the Mercedes-like pattern on the hour hand.