Pie-Pan Constellation at its very finest. This piece from 1954 is very crisp and has a rare feature on the dial. The writing ‘Meister’ is placed at the 6 o’clock position. Meister is a well-known retailer in Switzerland. Not often we find a Pie-Pan with “doppelsignatur”.
The Constellation family was launched in 1952 and contains a wide range of models; all luxurious precision watches with a high level of finishing and refinement, both on the outside as on the inside.
‘Constellation’ is an astronomical term for a group of stars that moves consistent and predictable just like the movements in the watches of this line. The connection with astronomy can also be found in the logo for the Constellation; 8 stars (representing its greatest chronometric achievements) and the Geneva Observatory (where Omega broke the record for precision in every category). This logo can often be found on the case back or a single star can be found on the dial.