This textured, Sterling Silver
box (or “Casket”
, as referred to by Omega
), accompanied one the brand’s most premium offerings of the late 1950s - the Omega Constellation
. Originally introduced in 1952, following the the highly-successful "Centenary"
, the Omega Constellation
was designed as a luxury dress-watch, manufactured to achieve Chronometer status by the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres