1974 Omega Two-Tone Constellation "TV Case" (Ref. 168.0059) Green Vignette "Spider" Dial

While today the Constellation line is overshadowed by Omega's Speedmaster and Seamaster models, the striking Omega Constellation family was once the flagship in the Omega collection. 

Dating back to 1952, the Omega Constellation has been regarded as one of the most luxurious and precise watch collections offered by the brand. Add to that the fact that they have always been chronometer-rated, and you have a watch that is not only stunning in nearly any setting but also incredibly accurate.

This ultra-funky TV-case Omega Constellation ref. 168.0059 is one of the most unique in the family tree, featuring a gorgeous green lacquer vignette dial and two-tone case.

Stock # OMCSTL1680059
Brand Omega
Style Constellation
Model 168.0059
Serial 38XXXXXX
Size Men's
Material Stainless Steel
Dial Green Vignette "Spider"
Millimeters 33 x 39.5
Bracelet Omega Two-Tone Integrated Bracelet



The funky, 1970s TV-style 2-piece case is in excellent condition, retaining crisp brushing and bevels throughout with minimal evidence of previous polishing present and almost no signs of use. The case retains its original Omega crystal which is in very clean condition. The Omega-signed crown is also believed to be original to the watch. The case back remains in excellent condition with the Observatory medallion fully intact. The integrated Omega two-tone bracelet is also in superb condition, retaining 14 links that show very light stretch and will fit up to a 7 1/4-inch wrist.


The original and uncommon non-luminous green lacquer vignette dial is simply gorgeous. The dial exhibits some subtle spidering which is expected for most lacquer dials of this era, however, no actual damage, scratches, or notable aging is present in the dial. The original hands feature a metallic gold inlay and are in excellent condition.


None. The watch is keeping time and functioning perfectly, previous service history is unknown.