Here's a classic 1960 Omega Constellation with one of the most arresting tropical pie-pan dials ever.
The Constellation star turns purple in certain lights. So do some of the markers that have been burnished by the sun. The dial shows some light blemishing throughout, as befits a tropical dial.
Classic dimensions for the stainless steel case: 35mm across by 43mm from lug to lug.
And eight stars shining brightly on the gold-ingot observatory back.
Under the hood, a Caliber 551 automatic movement in excellent condition, keeping great time.
Omega created some massively popular Constellations, but none that ever eclipsed this one. Add the one-of-a-kind patina, and here's a recipe for vintage heaven.