Omega launched De Ville as a separate line in 1967. It had been a collection within the Seamaster line since 1960. Simpler, younger, more colorful, and more varied than the Seamaster, it quickly became Omega’s best-selling collection. The name stood for an entire philosophy because the De Ville wasn’t created at Omega’s headquarters in industrial Bienne, but in sophisticated Geneva. The collection was intended to represent a new urban elegance. The designers had sought and found a modernistic element in wristwatch design. The collection included rectangular models containing the ultra-slim hand-wound Caliber 620. The synthesis of modernity and timelessness turned out to be just right. Omega De Ville wristwatches won six “Golden Roses” at the Baden-Baden design awards in the 1970s as well as the coveted Grand Prix Triomphe de l’Excellence Européenne.
PRE-OWNED AND VINTAGE 1977 OMEGA DE VILLE MANUAL WINDING MEN'S WATCH 111.0139
GOLD PLATED CASE MEASURING APPROXIMATELY 32MMX38MM WITHOUT CROWN AND FROM LUG TO LUG
GOLD DIAL WITH STICK MARKERS
GOLD CROWN WITH OMEGA LOGO
OMEGA 17 JEWELS CALIBER 625 MANUAL WINDING MOVEMENT, WORKS AND KEEPS TIME
STAINLESS STEEL BACKCASE, 111.0139
NEW AFTERMARKET BLACK LEATHER WITH GOLD BUCKLE