Skip to product information
1 of 5

Relojes Vintage México

Omega DeVille "Andrew Grima" ref 511.0383 from 1971

Omega DeVille "Andrew Grima" ref 511.0383 from 1971

Regular price $2,000.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $2,000.00 USD
Sale Sold out
Tax included.

Andrew Grima had Queen Elizabeth II as one of his clients. The Emerald line is known for the generous size of its emerald gemstone and its quartz or mineral glass crystals. Initially, the parts were exclusively reserved for the higher-end Constellation line, but as the Emerald line expanded, they were increasingly seen on the entry-level De Ville line. The Emerald line was produced exclusively by OMEGA until 1973, but it had a lasting impact.

Mr. Grima received an impressive array of awards, including twelve Diamonds-International Awards. He was the first jeweler to receive the Queen's Award for Export in 1966 and is the only jeweler to have won the Duke of Edinburgh Prize for Elegant Design. In 1970, around the same time that he was designing for Omega, he was appointed as the jeweler to Her Majesty the Queen. Omega commissioned him to create an avant-garde collection with great aesthetics. Grima was given carte blanche and chose to stick to one principle: he would create the watch around the dial, regardless of its shape or dimension.

Brand: Omega
Model: De Ville
Reference: 511.0383
Year of Manufacture: 1971
Serial Number: 3343XXXX
Material: gold plated and steel
Dimensions: 38.2x30mm
Crystal Material: Mineral crystal
Luminescent Material: No
Caliber: cal.620 17 jewels
Movement: Automatic
Strap: Omega Leather
Box/Papers: No
Mechanical Operation Warranty: 6 Months

View full details