About this watch

This remarkably preserved Omega 14381 Constellation dates to circa 1959, the Constellation series of watches were Omegas flagship timepieces, boasting their automatic chronometer movements, the Constellation brand is still in production today and still regarded as Omega flagship dress watch.

This example is special for a number of reasons,  it is never restored and never polished, the movement is in pristine condition showing no signs of wear and this reflects in the case and dial and in fact the whole watch.

The dial is the standout item on the watch, unlike so many it is never restored and retains its flawless factory finish, the cream/ silver dial is a rare non pie pan cross hair combination.

The watch is 100% original and 100% un touched and un molested, there are some light wear marks on the case and bracelet but this only adds to the watches appeal and originality. The watch is running an early serial calibre 551 movement, which ran in the Omega Constellation range right through the 1960’s

Stock number 411