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mega is known throughout the world as being
one of the world’s finest creators of luxury and
technically superior timepieces. They put the first
watch on the moon, have explored the depths of the oceans
and excelled as the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games
for decades. Omega watches continue to push the boundaries
of horological achievement and innovation, and in 2013 this
superlative brand is diversifying with a new range of fine
jewellery. Although Omega has produced some jewellery
over the years, there is now a distinct focus on developing
this side of the business.
A stunning collection of mixed jewellery is now available at
Omega boutiques, all crafted in yellow, white or rose 18-karat
gold. Omega has also released some on-trend ceramic
stacking rings at a competitive price point.
The jewellery launch is comprised of four collections that
have been inspired by and carefully designed to complement
Omega’s ladies watches. The Constellation line is
innovatively derived fromOmega watch bezels; Dewdrop is
an elegant pendant, drop earring and bracelet collection that
uses the Omega logo as a design motif; and Flower is a
collection of rings and pendants that also uses the Omega
logo in a joined fashion, this time using onyx or mother of
pearl discs with a floral design. The Aqua and Aqua Spring
lines use fluid shapes and ceramics to create a striking range
of rings, pendants, earrings and stacking rings.