1966 Omega Constellation (Ref. 168.010) Pie-Pan Dial "Rose Gold Cap"
Since 1952 the Omega Constellation has been regarded as one of the most luxurious and precise watch collections offered by OMEGA. In 1958 the calendar was added to the Constellation, an exciting addition to an already beautiful line of timepieces. Adding to the impressive nature of the Constellation line, this watch family has always been chronometer rated. This Constellation would be an excellent classic piece to add to any collection.
This exceptional example of the Omega Constellation is presented in a seldom-seen rose gold capped case and features the highly celebrated "pie-pan" dial configuration. Adding to the specialty of this piece, the top left lug shows a Portuguese importation stamp, a charming detail that gives us some insight into the origins of this unique timepiece.
|Material||Rose Gold Cap / SS|
|Bracelet||2pc Handmade Leather Strap W/ Omega Buckle|
The minimally polished rose gold capped case is exceptionally well-preserved showing only minimal signs of use. The case retains its original rose gold capped crown. The rose gold observatory medallion adorned screw-down case back is in wonderful condition. The watch comes on a 2pc handmade leather strap with a gold plated Omega buckle.
The beautifully geometric and structured silver "pie-pan" dial is wonderfully preserved, exhibiting only minimal signs of spotted aging with no damage present. The tritium tipped rose gold markers all retain their lume with only minimal degradation present. The original tritium rose gold dauphine hands are also in excellent condition, the tritium lume has achieved a lovely golden coloration and the minute has exhibits a small amount of lume loss when inspected under U.V. light.
None. The watch was recently polished and is keeping time perfectly, backed by a 1-year warranty on accurate timekeeping.