Omega released the first Constellation in 1952, and it's still a cornerstone of the modern brand. Our Constellation dates to circa 1956 and features a few characteristics that would go on to define the collection over time. The dial has the Constellation branding on it, of course, as well as an applied star logo. The caseback features a depiction of the Geneva Observatory with eight stars that represent the eight observatory chronometer competitions Omega won in the 20th century. As you might expect, this Constellation was a chronometer-rated watch – it says so right on the dial.
The Constellation was Omega's answer to what a technically superior dress wristwatch could look like. On this platform, the brand really stretched its legs from a design perspective. From cross-hair dials to arrowhead styled applied markers, like the example we got here.
Object nr: 370
Model: Constellation ”Pie-Pan” arrowhead
Movement: Automatic Cal. 505, Nr: 1583xxxx
Material: Gold on steel
Original crown: Yes
Dimensions: 35mm, without crown
Strap/Bracelet: Original two-tone ”Beds of rice”-bracelet.
Lug Width: 18mm
Serviced: The watch is professional serviced by Omega certified watchmaker and under warranty until 24-06-30
The watch is very well preserved and in an very good condition despite the age.
The dial have been professional restored at some point during its life but have developed a slight patina. It really is as good as seen in the pictures.
The case got some small signs of wear but it isnt much. Look at the sharp lugs and lovely caseback.
The watch still got the original crystal with the omega symbol in centre. There is some small signs at the crystal but just small!
The bracelet is a bit worn out as seen in the photos but is as comfy as you could guess.
The watch really is as nice as it looks in the pictures.
The watch is professional serviced by Omega certified watchmaker and under warranty!
The pictures is a part of the description, study therefore the pictures carefully!