- A. Lange & Söhne1
- Audemars Piguet2
- F.P. Journe1
- Franck Muller0
- Jacques Monnat1
- Jaeger Le Coultre5
- Patek Philippe6
- Record Genéve1
- Universal Genève4
- Vacheron Constantin6
The Constellation collection was launched in 1952.
The symbol of this collection is the Cupola of the Geneva Observatory surrounded by eight stars and it’s engraved on the back.
It represent the brand’s greatest chronometric achievements at the world’s observatories including the 1931 “clean sweep” at the Observatory of Geneva where Omega broke the record for precision in every category.
The present rose gold specimen, preserved in outstanding condition, features a two-tone gold "pie pan" dial, applied gold triangular-shaped numerals on an engine-turned polished chapter ring and gold dauphine hands.
Furthermore its enhanced by an astonishing rose gold Omega original brick bracelet, making this watch a lavish and rare gem for demanding collectors.
Case: 35mm rose gold (n° 10x.864)
Bracelet: Original Omega rose gold brick bracelet
Movement: Automatic, cal.505, 24 jewels
Movement no: 1.51x.xxx
Year: ca. 1960
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