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1927-28 Omega 18k Rose Gold Manual-Wind Dress Watch 31mm Dennison Case

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This 90 year-old lady is looking as smashing as ever! This Omega carries a solid 18k rose gold Dennison case, hallmarked in Birmingham/UK, circa 1927-1928 and measures a handsome [for the period] 31mm excluding the large onion crown.

Professionally inspected in-house here at the Localtime Spa, this is a classy example of a stunning antique dress watch by Omega [Swiss]. The case has been lightly cleaned, but of course not polished] and the movement inspected by localtime. A stunning watch that oozes class whichever angle you look at it from, this classic dress watch comes on a calf leather strap in black that we think compliments the mint white dial [sub-seconds at 6h] and blue hands/black numerals/logo, very nicely.

We have made many photos of this beautiful timepiece, including some macro close-up shots we took just for fun.   As with all the watches we service in-house, it comes with a 6-month written warrantee from the date of purchase . Feel free to contact us for any questions you might have.

EXTRA! Check out our own Localtime straps: Handmade from premium calf leather to our specifications in Italy they come in 5 sizes [lug width/buckle width]: 18/16, 19/16, 20/16, 21/18 and 22/18mm & 4 colours: tan, brown, dark brown and black. We sell these separately in our eBay store under eBay item number 401105271426 and you can also see them in the last photo here.

Brand

OMEGA [Swiss]

Production Period

1927-1928 [SN # 6951545, Dennison # 382495]

Model

Formal Dress Watch

Functions

Time, Sub-Seconds at 6h

Movement

Manual Wind

Caliber

Omega

Case Material

Solid 18k Rose-Gold

Case Back

Solid 18k Rose Gold

Case Size

31mm case, 34mm including onion crown at 3h

Lug Width

14mm

Condition

Working With Warrantee

Last Known Service

Inspected by Localtime – July 2016

Shipping

Free Worldwide

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