Omega Constellation Pie Pan 1963
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About this watch
A lovely example of the Omega Constellation Pie Pan, which dates to 1963. With its ornate pie pan face paired with silver baton hour markers and silver dauphin hands, this is a really distinguished and handsome Omega model.
A silver applied Omega logo and constellation star can be found on the watch dial, while on the back of the case is the famous medallion featuring the observatory of Geneva with eight stars above it – each star signifying an Omega achievement in the world chronometer competition.
Measuring at 35mm in diameter, it’s powered by the famous 24 jewel calibre 561 automatic movement, which beats at 19,800 beats per hour (5.5 per second), and has Incabloc shock protection.
Fully serviced and regulated, this watch is in excellent condition.
A bit of history:
Once the flagship of the Omega collection the constellation dates back to 1952, since which time it has been known as a luxury Omega watch. The ‘Pie Pan’ model derives its name from the watch dial’s similarity in shape to a real pie pan.
Original, Stamped. Stainless Steel
The Photos Shown Are From The Actual Watch For Sale. The watch is working well.