1960 Omega Constellation Pie Pan 14381-11SC


The Moon watch is what you first think of when you hear the word Omega, but the Omega constellation shows they have more strings to their bow. The Omega Constellation line was introduced in 1952 and quickly gained popularity for its precision and elegance.

The term “Pie Pan” refers to the shape of the dial, which resembles an inverted pie pan with its curved, slightly sloping edges. These pie pan dials were used in some of the earlier Constellation models and are highly sought after by collectors today. The watch features elegant dauphine style hands, made of gold to indicate the hours, minutes, and seconds. But this watch is even more remarkable is the watch, coming with its original Chronometer certificate (signed with its movement number), original box and papers.

Its combination of iconic design, gold-plated finish, and precision engineering makes it a coveted piece for watch enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike. Whether worn for formal events or cherished as a treasured heirloom, this extraordinary timepiece will undoubtedly make a lasting impression.

Interesting Fact “The Constellation got its name from the emblem on the case back, which showed an observatory with eight stars above it. The eight stars symbolize two chronometer records, and six first-place awards that Omega earned between 1933 and 1952”

Dial Colour: Silver Pie Pan

Collection: Constellation

Style: Male

Case Material: 18ct Gold Capped / Stainless Steel/ 18ct Gold Bezel

Case Diameter (mm): 34mm

Clasp: Buckle

Strap: Green Suede

Glass: Plexi

Movement: Automatic Cal 551

Water Resistance: N/A

Stock Code: OMG328

The watch comes with its original box papers and a two year guarantee.


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