Omega. A Very Fine 18k Pink Gold Automatic Wristwatch with Central Tourbillon
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Omega. A Very Fine 18k Pink Gold Automatic Wristwatch with Central Tourbillon


Omega. A Very Fine 18k Pink Gold Automatic Wristwatch with Central Tourbillon
Signed Omega, Co-Axial Chronometer, Tourbillon No. 21, De Ville Central Tourbillon Model, Circa 2007
Cal. 2635 brown pvd coated automatic movement, platinum rotor, sapphire disc dial, applied gold baton numerals, central one minute tourbillon carriage with co-axial escapement, gilt hour and minute hands painted on rotating synthetic sapphire discs, large circular case, downturned fluted lugs, large stepped bezel, protective crown guard, hidden hand setting crown in back, 18K pink gold Omega deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
39mm diam.
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Lot Essay

Accompanied by a Omega International Warranty dated October 21, 2011, Omega Certificate of Authenticity confirming the present example is number 21, Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronométres dated December 4, 2007, Chronometer Certificate, red leather presentation box, product literature and outer packaging.

Omega created the world's first self-winding central tourbillon wristwatch in 1994 to celebrate the company's 100th anniversary.

The Omega Central Tourbillon was firstly equipped with self-winding caliber 1170 movement and more recently with the caliber 2635 featuring now a co-axial escapement and composed of 320 individual parts. A platinum rotor assures the flawless automatic winding of the movement. The hour and minute hands are painted on two revolving sapphire discs at the edge of the tourbillon, which itself carries the seconds hand.

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