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  • Kristian Haagen

Omega features 4.5 Billion Years Old Meteorite in Constellation

Omega is expanding its Constellation range with spectacular meteorite dials.

The OMEGA Constellation collection draws inspiration from the celestial movements of stars, a theme echoed in its latest range featuring dials crafted from meteorite, making every watch unique.

The Muonionalusta meteorite, dating back over 4.5 billion years, lends its ancient allure to each unique dial, showcasing natural patterns that ensure individuality for every timepiece. OMEGA's innovative colour treatment techniques enhance the meteorite's beauty, offering a captivating array of options.

The collection boasts 20 models across various sizes:

  • 41 mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer: It features a stainless steel model with a black ceramic bezel adorned with a rhodium-grey galvanic treatment on the meteorite dial. Contrasting hands, indexes, and Constellation stars are treated with black PVD for a striking contrast.

  • 29 mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer: Crafted from stainless steel and 18K yellow gold, this bi-colour model showcases a meteorite dial treated with PVD Moonshine™ Gold, exuding a radiant glow complemented by diamond hour markers and a diamond-paved bezel.

  • 28 mm selection: Stainless steel and 18K Sedna™ Gold model with an icy blue colour-treated meteorite dial and diamond hour markers. The caseback features a stamped Constellation Observatory medallion.

  • 25 mm selection: Bi-color model in stainless steel and 18K Sedna™ Gold, adorned with diamonds on the bezel and hour markers. The meteorite dial features a captivating lilac colour treatment, while the case back boasts a Constellation Observatory medallion.

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