I have had more people say I need to start selling some vintage ladies watches, so I have listened and provided this beautiful Omega De Ville from 1975, featuring a very unapologetic 70s design with its "TV" case. The watch also features a classical black cabochon crown which winds the manually wound Cal. 625, it is always nice to see a mechanical movement in a smaller ladies watch. The case is in overall great condition and has probably been worn a handful of times over its 44 years of existence.
Would make the perfect watch for a lady, but I would go as far as saying this could make a SUPER cool tuxedo watch for a gent? I may be one of the few people to think this, but I think this watch on a gents wrist for an incredibly formal event speaks pure class. But more suited for a lady! So ladies, treat yourself!
Points of Mention
This watch is sold as watch only and therefore comes with no original box or original paperwork. The watch does not come with previous service history but does wind and keeps good vintage time. The watch comes with its original cabochon crown, the dial does feature a restored logo in the form of a much earlier Omega logo than the 1975 age of the watch, however, the rest of the dial is original and unrestored, so unsure why this is like this, maybe a request from the original owner as they preferred the logo? No way of knowing. Overall great cosmetic condition for its vintage age.
I would wear this to a black-tie event or an event where I am wearing a black tuxedo, it would just look so cool! But as I said I am probably one of the VERY few people who would, so ladies this one is for you!
Reference : 511.0504
Movement : Omega Manually Wound Cal. 625
Age : 1971/1980
Specific Age : 1975
Case Size : 28mm
Case Thickness : 6mm
Lug to Lug : 29mm
Lugs : 19mm
Condition : Pre-Owned
Box & Papers : None
Case Material : Stainless Steel
Service History : Unknown Service History