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Rare Vintage Omega Watch Pendant Necklace 14k Gold and Lapis

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An extraordinary luxury vintage watch. This 1970s Omega pendant watch s a rare find for the lover of unique gold jewelry. The watch has a 14k gold hallmarked case (hallmarked inside and out see photos) and is keeping good time. The watch pendant measures 1 3/4" L X 1 3/8" W. The works are clean with a serial number of 29700313 dating it at 1970. It has a 620 movement and is 17 jewels. The case number inside the watch reads D8533-R and below the number 171528. Inside the frame of the watch there are also some hand engraved initials that appear to look like II A H A. We are uncertain what they are for.

The attached necklace is simply gorgeous, long and beautifully crafted. It measures 27.5" and has a box clasp with fold over safety catch. It is also marked 14k gold with the initials BTF on the clasp. We also safely tested the links to insure gold purity. The rope chain leads up to several beads of natural lapis which are caged in swirls of gold.

We acquired the watch without a stem and had a local watch specialist replace it. It winds, hands moves and works as it should. We did not over clean it only hand polished it I will note that our watch specialist is in his 80s and has repaired clocks and watches his entire life. He thought this was an incredible and rare piece.

There is no way for us to distinguish a gold gram weight with the works and lapis but the piece in its entirety weighs 51.8 grams.

Omega jewelry pieces such as this were almost always designed for a special collection by a well-known artisan. The two that come to mind for this era of Omega designers are Andrew Grima and Roy King. There are so few of these Omega Jewelry pieces around.   Treat yourself or someone special!