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OMEGA Constellation in rose gold with portrait of Ibn Saud

7.450,00 €Preis
  • DESCRIPTION

    Omega has one of the most diverse watch catalogs of any Swiss watch brand, and one of the classic collections the company has continuously produced for decades is the Constellation. Omega released the first Constellation in 1952, and it's still a cornerstone of the modern brand. Today's Constellation dates to circa 1956 and features a few characteristics that would go on to define the collection over time. The dial has the Constellation branding on it, of course, as well as an applied star logo and the portrait of Ibn Saud. The caseback features a depiction of the Geneva Observatory with eight stars that represent the eight observatory chronometer competitions Omega won in the 20th century. As you might expect, this Constellation was a chronometer-rated watch – it says so right on the dial. (HODINKEE)

     

    CASE

    35 mm 18 ct. rose gold case. The caseback features a depiction of the Geneva Observatory with eight stars that represent the eight observatory chronometer competitions Omega won in the 20th century. As you might expect, this Constellation was a chronometer-rated watch – it says so right on the dial.

     

    DIAL

    silver so called "Pie-Pan-Dial" with solid rose gold "Heart and Arrowhead" indices and with the portrait of former King of Saudi Arabia Ibn Saud

    MOVEMENT

    OMEGA automatic cal. 505 in chronometer quality

    FUNCTIONS

    self-winding

    CONDITION

    a true design icon in nice original condition

    YEAR

    1956

     

     

     

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