Do you remember your grandmother’s pie dishes? Take one, flip it, and you’ll get a 12-sided Pie-Pan dial. This is the case of this magnificent Omega Constellation. Here we have a very popular piece because it has no date, and which comes with its Omega Beads of Rice bracelet.
OMEGA CONSTELLATION PIE-PAN
Calibre 551 / n° 20'650'918 - 1963
The word “Constellation” appeared on the dials in 1952, placed above a small applied star and offering the piece all its charm. A name that comes from a “divine” revelation of one of the members of the Omega sales team in the early 1950s, Bruno Passoni.
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|Caliber:||551 / n° 20'650'918|
|Strap:||Omega "Beads of Rice" bracelet|
|Papers / Box:||No|