1952 Omega Constellation 2652 SC in 18kt pink gold
OMEGA is a watchmaker of all kinds, from sports timekeeping to space exploration to they involvement with humanitarian organizations and, of course, their association with the world’s most famous secret agent. The collection includes pieces that would thrill any collector of our time. By making both historically rich pieces, but also the most stunning designs. It is on the podium of the most coveted and constantly evolving brands.
One of Omega’s flagship models was the Constellation family, which appeared on dials in 1952. The detail that is so dear to the hearts of its fans is the medallion on the back of the case which features the Geneva observatory and eight stars, symbolizing the eight chronometry records won by Omega.
Since 1952, the Omega Constellation has been the flagship of Omega’s chronometer-class automatic watches. It is an evolution of the very popular Omega Centenary Chronometer Automatics, 2499 and 2500, launched a few years earlier to coincide with the celebration of Omega’s first 100 years of manufacturing high-end watches.
This is a rare reference, made in 18kt pink gold, in a large 35mm size, with a well-preserved dial and case. The dial has nothing to envy to the beauty of the case, its white and silver ring nicely counterbalanced by the dagger indexes and dauphine hands in pink gold.
This beauty is animated by the robust and accurate caliber 354, known and used by most of the Luxe Constellation of the 50s.