Omega has just announced their fashionable Constellation line has been expanded to embrace two new jeweled models, crafted in 18-carat red gold.
The Constellation collection from Omega consists from some of the most desired collector’s pieces. The collection was first introduced in the 1950’s and almost allof the watches produced until the early 1970’s are still today very much desired. These creations truly represent the golden era of whatchmaking.
The first Constellation watch is issued in 1952. This was a time of great success for Omega, when the brand was considered even more desirable than Rolex. In 1958, the Constellation Chronometer was sold more than the epic Rolex Oyster-Perpetual Chronometer. The first watches from Constellation line are often referred to as “pie-pans”, since their dial resembles the shape of an upside-down turned pie-pan. Back in the golden era of Omega, Constellation watches were equipped with in-house movements. After 1970, Omegastarted to use electronic movements from Bulova/ESA, and today the watches are mostly equipped with automatic and quartz movements.
The Omega Constellation line was launched in 1982 with the Constellation Manhattan, distinguished by its recognizable “Griffes” or claws. The hallmark of the old Constellation line, a small star positioned above 6 o’clock, is still sealed at the same position. The Omega Constellations are offered in an elegant diversity of colors with silver, champagne, white mother-of-pearl, black, and brown dials. The new watches are usually finished with either a sun-brushed finish or a shell structure from the star, and offered in a wide range of sizes, crafted from different materials.
The Omega Constellation watches for 2011 are dressed in diamonds and offered in two sizes: as 27mm wide and 35 mm-round watches, designed in red gold. The Omega Constellation Jewellery Quartz 27 mm is nested in finely brushed case set with 336 single-cut diamonds on the dial, weighing 0.620 carats. The watch is topped with diamond set bezel adorned with 32 full-cut diamonds and distinctive polished claws. The Omega insignia is pressed on the inner side of sapphire crystal glass, while the watch preserves perfect readability even in the dark, due to the rich layer of Super LumiNova used on hands. The solid case-back is stamped with the Observatory medallion. Omega calibre 1376 quartz movement, with a battery lifetime of 32 months, powers this small watch. It is also available in white gold.
The Omega Constellation Luxury Edition Co-Axial 35 mm replica watch is adorned with 34 full-cut diamonds on the bezel and 260 single cut diamonds on the dial. The diamonds are swirling from the Constellation star and, together with mother of pearl straps, creating the distinctive supernova pattern. This watch is powered by the Omega calibre 2403, equipped with a Co-Axial escapement and a free sprung-balance. The movement is visible through the transparent case-back. This model is also available in white gold.
Like the rest of the Constellation family, these new watches are water resistant to 10 bar / 100 meters / 330 feet.
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