Omega needs no introduction! This brand may not necessarily churn out the most expensive watches always but it definitely creates timepieces that magnetize connoisseurs all over the world. Lately, this Swiss brand has expanded its Museum Collection of reproduction vintage timepieces with the addition of the Marine 1932 watch: the first in a lineage of Seamaster divers’ watches and an eloquent proponent of Art Deco aesthetics. This Limited Series of 135 recreations of the Marine 1932 commemorates the 1937 trials that officially certified the watch’s water resistance to 135 meters. In keeping with the philosophy that inspired the Museum Collection, the watch joins the 21st century with the incorporation of Omega Caliber 2007. The double case has been crafted in contrasting 18kt rose and white gold and enlarged to show off the sleek lines that capture the aesthetics and design mood of the 1930s.
The philosophy that inspired OMEGA to create the Museum Collection was to take a timepiece from the past and fuse it with the most up-to-date technological breakthroughs in watch making. The Limited number Series is engraved on the rose gold exterior case back which has a vertically satin brushed finish.