Omega De Ville Ladymatic
Bringing together luxury and performance, Omega has consistently redefined state-of-the art mechanical watchmaking since 1884 - paving the way for precision timepieces that are captivating, inspiring, and beautifully engineered. Omega have been witness to some of mankind’s most historic moments: from having supplied NASA with the Speedmaster Professional which went on to become the first watch worn on the moon during the Apollo space missions, to being the official timekeeper to the Olympic games, witnessing some of sport’s greatest achievements. When the Ladymatic first appeared in 1955, it became a defining timepiece in women's fashion. Six decades on, it still retains every ounce of captivating style and grace. In this model, 18K Sedna gold has been used to create both the 34 mm case and the bracelet. This stunning material also features on the polished alpha-shaped hands, as well as 11 indexes, which are set with diamonds. Radiating around the white pearled, mother-of-pearl dial, the bezel is also paved with snow-set diamonds, and an extra "Brilliant OMEGA cut" diamond has been placed within the polished crown. Days are tracked by a date window at 3 o'clock, while the titanium inner body includes the OMEGA Co-Axial calibre 8521.