Omega Impresses With New De Ville Trésor, Constellation Small Seconds, And Seama

Omega Impresses With New De Ville Trésor, Constellation Small Seconds, And Seamaster Aqua Terra Novelties

Omega updates the De Ville Trésor line, plus adds fresh ladies’ offerings in the form of the new Constellation Small Seconds and Seamaster Aqua Terra.

By Marco Gabella
Chairman & Executive Publisher
By Steven Rogers

Following the introduction of new Seamasters, Omega has brought forth fresh updates to the De Ville Trésor, Constellation Small Seconds, and Seamaster Aqua Terra collections.

De Ville Trésor Smalls Seconds And De Ville Trésor Power Reserve

Omega has updated its dressy De Ville Trésor line for those who love simplicity and refinement, adding a touch of animation to the dial with a small seconds display at 6 o’clock.

Some of the new Trésor models also boast a subdial with a power reserve indicator at 12 o’clock. The unique configuration of the two subdials sees the Omega logo shifted to 3 o’clock.

Omega first used the “Trésor” moniker in 1949 in reference to the mechanical “treasure” found inside the watch. In keeping with that tradition, each new Trésor model is powered by a manually wound Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre with sunray finishing on show through the sapphire display back.

While the collection is set to grow to include a range of case materials and dial colors, the first new Trésor models feature a slim (10.07mm) case with a 40mm diameter in either 18k yellow gold or 18k Sedna gold. The relatively short lugs give an overall case appearance that evokes Seamaster references of the 1960s.

The 18K yellow gold model, with small seconds and power reserve subdials, features a domed sunray silver dial with polished hands and applied domed indexes, complemented by a gray leather strap, and is priced at CHF 17,400.

The 18k Sedna gold model, with small seconds, comes with a domed burgundy lacquered dial, also with polished hands and applied domed indexes, and is fitted with a burgundy leather strap. It's priced at CHF 16,800.

Constellation Small Seconds

Omega has also upped its offering for female wrists, starting with a more contemporary-looking Constellation Small Seconds featuring exquisitely colorful dials and eye-catching diamond settings. The new dials – in sun-brushed burgundy, peacock blue, light chestnut, or mother of pearl – all bear a nice symmetry.

Small incremental diamonds are used for the hour markers, placed in 18k gold holders, and arranged around the dial by size. Above the round date window at 6 o’clock, rings have been added for the small seconds subdial and the central minute track. On most models, these rings are in 18k Sedna gold with the sparkling addition of single-cut diamonds.

The use of 18k Sedna gold or 18k white gold continues for the leaf-shaped hands, the small seconds hand, and the applied logo. The precision Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8802/8803 is housed in a new 34 mm case available in a choice of 18k Sedna gold, stainless steel, or a combination of both.

On top of each case, the bezels feature engraved Roman numerals or a circle of 38 full-cut diamonds. Prices start at CHF 7,500 for the all-steel edition without case or bezel gemsetting and rise to CHF 35,500 for the edition in 18k Sedna gold with a diamond-set bezel.

Seamaster Aqua Terra

New for the ladies is Omega's latest Aqua Terra models, now with wave-embossed dials in pale pink or beige, hour markers in diamonds or rubies, and dazzling diamond-set bezels. They come with a 34mm case in stainless steel and 18k Sedna gold while inside beats the Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8800.

Prices start at CHF 9,300 and rise to CHF 20,400 for the edition in stainless steel and 18k Sedna gold featuring pale pink wave-embossed dial, marquise-cut ruby hour-markers, and a diamond-set bezel.

Learn more about Omega's 2021 novelties on the brand's website.

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