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Omega Constellation 18k Pie-pan dial “Mirror”
If you just won’t settle for anything but the best…
Omega’s Constellation line has always been the flagship line of the brand. No expenses spared, all chronometer grade movements since 1952. The caseback features the Geneva observatory and eight stars, representing the brand’s chronometer achievements in the prior two decades.
This particular example from 1956 is in simply stunning condition. It is mirror-like in its luster and just amazing when it plays with the sunlight. It has a bit of a specialty too, since the sky above the observatory has been beautifully texturized, which is a rare feature.
Oh, and we are just suckers for a good pie-pan dial like this! Come and check it out at Reestraat 3, before it’s gone!
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