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Since 1952, the Omega Constellation has been one of the longest running watch lines out there, enjoyed by generations of watch collectors around the world. The line was introduced to showcase OMEGA's craftsmanship through a classic design housing high-grade movements. The Constellation has long fit into the Omega catalog as a capable dress-leaning everyday wearer. The dial is embellished with a star, as a reference to constellations in the sky. And on the caseback, the Observatory Logo is used in homage to Omega’s award winning movements that were evaluated at the Kew Observatory in 1933 and 1936. If you see this watch on someone’s wrist, it's hard to ignore. There's something nostalgic and elegant about it.

The Constellation was Omega's answer to what a technically superior dress wristwatch would look like. We tend to lean in the direction of preferring these "pie-pan" dial examples, which have gained the attention of legendary vintage Omega collectors over the years. This particular example has a simply stunning patina to the dial that makes it completely unique. Having turned a pleasing shade somewhere between orange and caramel the originally silver dial sings in the light.

Gold OMEGA Constellation with an amazing tropical dial

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  • DESCRIPTION

    Extremely rare to find a gold OMEGA with such a beautiful tropical "pie pan" dial!

     

    CASE

    34 mm 18 ct. gold case with a screwed back

    DIAL

    silver so called "pie pan" dial with an amazing tropical patina

    MOVEMENT

    OMEGA-automatic movement cal. 561

    FUNCTIONS

    self-winding with date

    CONDITION

    extremely rare original condition

    YEAR

    1962

     

     

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