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Distinguished by elegance and an alluring DesignBASELWORLD 2014: OMEGA`s new Constellation Pluma

The Constellation family has long been admired for its elegant yet understated design and with the introduction of OMEGA’s Constellation “Pluma”, the collection is enriched with timepieces combining a state-of-the-industry mechanical movement with exquisite styling. These unique models take their name from the Latin word for feather, subtly hinting at the delicate design that accentuates the dial.

Among the most striking design elements of these 27 mm models are their mother-of-pearl dials that are available in natural white, gold, champagne or blue. The blue dial is created by coating the underside of a white mother-of-pearl piece with black paint. A soft, wavy pattern cast from the iconic claws on the bezel is engraved on the dial and recalls the gentle lines of a feather. Complementing the alluring dial are eleven diamond indexes set in 18K gold holders.

The luxurious dials of these Constellation “Pluma” timepieces are complete with central hour, minute and seconds hands which are crafted from 18K gold and coated with Super-LumiNova. There is also a date window at the 3 o’clock position.

The white and gold mother-of-pearl dials offer a breathtaking contrast to a luxurious diamond-set 18K red gold bezel mounted on a stainless steel case presented on a stainless steel bracelet with 18K red gold links. The model featuring a blue mother-of-pearl dial is offered with a diamond-paved bezel, a smooth stainless steel case and a matching bracelet. The champagne dial graces a Constellation Pluma with a diamond-paved 18K yellow gold bezel on a stainless steel case. Its stainless steel bracelet features 18K yellow gold links.

At the heart of these exceptional mechanical wristwatches is the revolutionary OMEGA Co-Axial calibre 8520. This exclusive movement is so reliable that the OMEGA Constellation “Pluma” is delivered with a full four-year warranty and is water resistant to 10 bar (100 metres / 330 feet).