Details
OMEGA
CONSTELLATION, REF. 2852 / 2853 SC

CIRCA: 1957
CASE MATERIAL: 18k Pink Gold
CASE DIAMETER: 35mm
BRACELET MATERIAL: Black Lizard
BRACELET SIZE: 7 inches
DIAL: Pink Gold Pie Pan with Mirrored Edge
MOVEMENT: Automatic
FUNCTIONS: Time Only
CALIBER: 505
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The American gentleman who received this watch from the ruler of Bahrain also received a possibly unique Patek Philippe reference 2573 with pearl hour marker hours - "The Pearl of Bahrain" - that Christie's sold in December 2015 for $437,000 (a world record for the reference) from the ruler of Bahrain. "The Pearl of Bahrain" received incredible interest from bidders around the world.

This OMEGA Constellation features a beautiful pink gold case with two-tone pink pie-pan dial with mirrored edge, waterproof snap back case, and faceted hour markers. The stunning condition of the watch combined with the beautiful dial make this an incredible time-only OMEGA to own.

OMEGA launched the Constellation collection in 1952 and it has always been defined by elegant, refined cases coupled with high-precision movements. The symbol of this collection is the dome of the Geneva observatory surrounded by eight stars and it is present on the case back. The stars represent OMEGA's greatest chronometric achievements.

According to the Archives of Omega the present watch was manufactured on September 5, 1957 and delivered to Bahrain.
" label-more="Read more" label-less="Read less" chars-limit="850" html-preview="true"> The present watch - "The Constellation of Bahrain" - was, according to the consignor and original owner, a gift presented to him by His Highness Sheikh Sir Salman II bin Hamad al-Khalifa, Ruler of Bahrain, KCMG, KCIE, KStJ, ruler of Bahrain. The owner is an American gentleman that had a legendary career working in the Middle East spanning decades. He wore it only a few times in his life, and as a result, the watch is preserved in mint and original condition.

The American gentleman who received this watch from the ruler of Bahrain also received a possibly unique Patek Philippe reference 2573 with pearl hour marker hours - "The Pearl of Bahrain" - that Christie's sold in December 2015 for $437,000 (a world record for the reference) from the ruler of Bahrain. "The Pearl of Bahrain" received incredible interest from bidders around the world.

This OMEGA Constellation features a beautiful pink gold case with two-tone pink pie-pan dial with mirrored edge, waterproof snap back case, and faceted hour markers. The stunning condition of the watch combined with the beautiful dial make this an incredible time-only OMEGA to own.

OMEGA launched the Constellation collection in 1952 and it has always been defined by elegant, refined cases coupled with high-precision movements. The symbol of this collection is the dome of the Geneva observatory surrounded by eight stars and it is present on the case back. The stars represent OMEGA's greatest chronometric achievements.

According to the Archives of Omega the present watch was manufactured on September 5, 1957 and delivered to Bahrain.

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