Omega’s Pre-Baselworld 2013 Constellation Sedna timepiece

Leading watchmaker Omega has always prided itself on its policy of constant innovation and unique launches. Their limited edition Constellation Sedna timepiece, which is a pre-Baselworld 2013 launch, takes this tradition forward. It is the first watch to be crafted in 18K Sedna gold, a combination of rose gold, copper, and palladium with a minimum gold content of 75%, which gives it its distinct allure. Other striking features of the watch include a luxurious silvery ‘pie-pan dial inspired by that of the first Constellation launched in 1952, polished case body, brushed bezel, brown leather strap, Co-Axial caliber 8501, visible through a sapphire crystal case back, and the Si14 silicon balance spring.

This unique timepiece will be available in a limited edition of 1,952 pieces to signify the year Omega launched its renowned Constellation watch family. Adding the final frills to the watch is the special wooden presentation box with a rose-colored lining which it is presented in.

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