Luckily for you, today we’re looking at one that could be described as a cut above the rest, and upon seeing it you’ll get the picture. This is an oversized example of a Cal. 33.3 powered Omega chronograph, which dates back to 1941, and features the gilded accents we oh so love. Under a loupe, you’ll see that there are actually two tones of gilt detailing, one slightly more copper-like than the other, that work together to create one of the most stunning sights you could ask to see regularly on your wrist.
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