1961 Omega Constellation Pie-Pan | Ref. 14900-SC-61 | 'Dog Leg' Lugs

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The Omega Constellation is an iconic watch line, renowned for its long history and increasing popularity in recent years. Introduced to highlight OMEGA's craftsmanship, it features a classic design with high-grade movements. The dial has a star emblem referencing constellations, while the case-back displays the Observatory Logo, commemorating Omega’s award-winning movements evaluated at the Kew Observatory in 1933 and 1936

An astronomical observatory emblem has graced every Constellation caseback since the collection's debut in 1952. This motif, showing an observatory cupola surrounded by eight stars, was inspired by the observatory competitions. Contrary to the popular belief that the cupola represents the Geneva observatory, Omega Museum Director Petros Protopapas suggests it is likely a generic depiction. The eight stars symbolize Omega’s significant chronometric achievements at the annual observatory chronometer tests from 1945 to 1952.

This particular model was designed by Gérald Genta, yes, the same one who designed the Patek Philippe Nautilus and the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. 



This watch is in overall great condition, the dial is in outstanding shape, as clean as it gets, it has Onix markers, and its a non-luminous dial. The case seems unpolished and sharp on the edges, The Observatory emblem is as sharp as it gets. there are minor marks on the back of the lugs probably made when changing straps and when opening and closing the caseback.

The watch has been fully serviced.

Maker: Omega
Model: Constellation
Reference: 14900 61-SC
Year: 1961
Case No: N/A
Material: Stainless steel
Dimensions: 34mm diameter
Crystal: plexiglass
Lume: N/A
Caliber: Omega, self-winding, caliber 551
Bracelet/Strap: Handmade Atelier Del Sur strap
Lug width: 18mm
Box/Papers: No

 -This watch was photographed on a 6.9 inch / 175mm wrist.

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