Gender: Gents
Brand: Omega
Movement: Omega Automatic Cal 505
Case material:

Stainless Steel with gold medallion.


Here we have a beautifully clean Omega Constellation 'Pie Pan' dating to 1959. This example has a waffle textured centre (giving the dial a two tone effect), with stainless steel dauphine hands and applied baton hour markers.


The case is a stainless steel, with attached curved lugs, snap on back and gold medallion showing the signature Constellation observatory. This is not a super rare watch though the no date Constellation models were less common, especially with the snap on case back. This watch also has the original crown with 10 sides as oppose to a more standard grip design.


The dial was originally in very bad condition and while some gentle patina is nice, this was bearely readdable, therefore we bought this back to life with some restoration. 

The crystal has been replaced so is scratch free. 


This watch come on an unused brown Omega leather strap with a stainless steel pin buckle.


Technical details

This watch uses the Omega Automatic Chronometer standard Cal 505.

This has 24 jewels and a 46 hour power reserve.

Frequency of 19,800 bph.


Condition Report.

The watch is fine condition, with a lightly hand polished case, perfectly clean dial, replacement crystal, unworn strap and serviced movement. 

The watch keeps excellent time




Omega Constellation 'Pie Pan' Circa 1959

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