Omega Constellation Calendar silver mirror dial rose gold/steel case date 1961

Constellation Calendar silver mirror dial rose gold/steel case date 1961

Brand: Omega
Model: Constellation Calendar
Reference: 14381 -61-SC
Gender: Uni-sex
Year: 1961
Material: stainless steel and 18ct rose gold capped
Dial Color: silver
Dimensions: 34mm diameter; 11mm thickness
Watch Movement: automatic
Bracelet/Strap: WRIST ICONS leather strap made by Jean Paul Menicucci
Box/Paper: Handmade Leather Travel Pouch IF ordered at WRIST ICONS
Condition: Excellent

Omega Constellation Calendar silver mirror dial rose gold/steel case date 1961


This is a great opportunity to purchase a perfect example of Omega Constellation Calendar with a very unique silver mirror dial and rose gold/steel case dating 1961.


In 1948 Omega introduced the Centenary, an automatic wristwatch chronometer to celebrate Omega’s one-hundredth anniversary. The original Centenary was produced in limited quantities (6000 in total, 2000 using the caliber 28.10mm movement and 4000 using the caliber 30.10mm). However, according to Omega, the Centenary was so successful that they started developing a successor that would be produced in large quantities and become a collection on its own.. The Constellations were introduced as a new line-up of watches with chronometer movements to be produced in series.


The Constellation was originally introduced in 1952 and quickly became a best-seller for Omega. Omega Constellation have always been a symbol of luxury. The Constellation has a high performance automatic movement combined with an elegant and a refined exterior. On the dial: the name Constellation, highlighted by an applied gold star. On the case back: the famous medallion featuring anobservatory crowned by a constellation of eight stars, evoking the numerous exploits of Omega in world chronometer competition.


In 1958 the Constellation Calendar was included. It was available in the three different levels of finish from Standard to Grand Luxe. At that time the Constellation was advertised as being for the man who already has a watch, an allusion to the fact that a Constellation was so much more. The form of the Constellation remained little changed until 1964 when the so-called “C-case” watches were introduced. Nowadays Constellation continues to set the standard for luxury and high precision watches.



A specific 14393 61 SC caliber 561 is a stellar all-original Omega Constellation Automatic chronometer from around 1961. It features a stamped original silver mirror pie pan dial, elegantly understated rose gold batons and dauphine hands. Its famous 561 caliber chronometer automatic movement which has been fully serviced and regulated. The 34mm case – stainless steel– features the cupola of the Geneva Observatory on the back, crowned by eight stars. We’ve fitted a new brown crocodile strap.


A little history: described in a late 1950s advert as ‘For the man who already has a watch’, the Omega Constellation marque epitomises luxurious precision and a golden era of watchmaking. The marque was launched in 1952 as a new family of automatic chronometer watches. Omega had just reset its own record for precision in 1951, and the eight stars on the Constellation case back celebrate the company’s substantial chronometric achievements at the world’s observatories over the previous two decades – including a clean sweep breaking the record for precision in every category in 1931. Constellations are known affectionately as ‘Connies’ to their loyal fans.


This reference has a 24-jewel caliber 561 automatic movement adjusted to 5 positions and temperature. This Constellation has a sunburst silvered mirror pie-pan dial with applied onyx accented rose gold baton hour markers, black inner minute divisions with five minute markers, gilt lance hands with black inserts and center seconds, date aperture at 3. It has a polished round rose gold capped stainless steel case, with lyre-shaped lugs case and a screw down back, fitted on a WRIST ICONS leather strap made by Jean Paul Menicucci. The case, crown, dial, movement are all Omega signed.


This specific watch is an stainless steel bracelet Omega

Constellation, Ref: 14393 61 SC, the movement has engraved the number 183284xx. This movement number dates this watch back to circa 1961. This particular Omega Constellation has just undergone a check by our watchmaker. It keeps good time but I would recommend a service. We can arrange that for you.


As with all of our pre-owned watches this watch comes with a full 12 month WRIST ICONS warranty that will be invoked from the day of purchase.



Brand: Omega

Model: Constellation

Reference: 14393 61 SC

Year: Circa 1961

Movement No: 183284xx signed Omega

Case: It has a polished stainless steel and 18ct rose gold capped case with screw down case back

Dimensions: 34mm diameter; 11mm thickness

Crystal: Plexiglass

Dial: a very nice silver mirror dial with a date window, applied rose gold and onyx accented baton hour markers, black inner rail track minute divisions with five minute markers, rose gold dauphine hands with luminous inserts and center seconds

Caliber: caliber 561 automatic movement with date function, 24 jewels, frequency 19800 A/h, power reserve: 50 hours

Bracelet/Strap: fitted on a new WRIST ICONS leather strap made by Jean Paul Menicucci

Lug Width: 17mm

Box/Papers: No


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