1963 Omega Constellation ion ref. 167.005 'Pie Pan'

Sale price$2,470.00
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What We Fancy

The Constellation was first introduced in 1952 and was designated to be Omega’s top-dress watch that was chronometer certified. The unique case design made this watch stand out for all the rest reasons, its angular dog-leg lugs, giving the watch a more geometric feel and contrasted with the overall round design. The angles continue through the dial and even the crown. There is just so much to appreciate and love with this classic design from Omega.

Brand: Omega

Model: Constellation reference 167.005

Case: 34mm wide (excluding crown), 9.5mm thick, all stainless steel, original signed crown, screw-down case back, dog leg lugs, signed domed acrylic crystal

Movement: Omega caliber 551, automatic, recently serviced

Bracelet/ Strap: Omega signed 1502 stainless steel Beads of rice w/ 11 end links, will fit up to an 8” wrist, 18mm lug with, any item from the Accessories page

Features: Silver sunburst pie-pan dial, raised baton hour indices, dauphine handset, dog-leg lugs, screw-down case back, signed crown, chronometer grade movement, signed beads of rice bracelet, applied logo, circa 1963

Box & Papers: No

Condition: In overall great all original condition. The dial is clean with some signs of light patina but nothing major. The case does not have any major scratches or dents. No signs of any polishing in the past with sharp edges. The movement is clean and keeps accurate time when tested over 24-hours. The bracelet is very good with very minimal wear and will fit up to an 8” wrist with the option for removing individual links/ beads.

Backed by our one-year repair warranty. To trade in your watch towards this purchase or to make arrangements for purchase via wire, check/ cash to save on fees, please send us a message or email.