Wednesday 23 May 2012


OMEGA from the 1930's; PORCELAIN DIAL with SWEEPING seconds hand.


This is a rare find; a 1930's Omega with on original porcelain dial with its original case and movement.

This timepiece features an original elegant white porcelain dial is in VERY GOOD condition, with no chips, have one small crack, no restoration (please look at the pictures), with original antique hands and a sunken seconds dial with “sweep” seconds hand. Signed "OMEGA" in black enameled lettering below the 12.

The lugs are in great condition while the original pristine winding crown is in very good shape and operates properly.

DOUBLE HINGED original case is in very good condition. Converted from pocket watch. The inside of the outer case lid is signed OMEGA with Omega symbol,  and #8441744 case reference number. This serial number repeat on the inner case lid.

Lifting this second lid reveals a routinely serviced and high quality,15 Fifteen Jewel manual wind, screwed settings lever escapement movement with red Ruby jewel. Signed "Omega" with serial number #7647782. A check with a renown Omega enthusiast website ( indicates that the movement dates between 1929-1935.

This beautiful wristwatch has the Original movement in an excellent state which was very well saved, considering age of this watch. Mechanism has been recently serviced to ensure it winds and sets smoothly while keeping great, accurate time. 

This classic OMEGA is priced at MYR1,899, more then 90% off from a brand new OMEGA at your high street dealer.

Wednesday 16 May 2012




This is a unique piece from 'Union Horlogère' under their trade mark 'ALPINA'.

This is an exquisite example of an antique timepiece which belongs approximately to the 1910’s.

It has a working manual winding movement in a solid silver case, with a porcelain dial.

This admirable men’s timepiece features an original white porcelain dial. Despite being more than 100 years old, the dial appears in almost good condition!

The original open face features a 60 minute outer track border, black Arabic numerals, beautiful Louis XVI filigree hands and a slightly sunken sub-second’s dial. 

The beautiful dial is stamped ‘ALPINA’.
 The silver four-piece, double-hinged case matches very well with this elegant dial.

This is a silver case watch with a set of antique silver hallmarks.

The inside of the case lid is stamped 0.800. Denoting the 80% solid silver used as the material of the case.

There is also Swiss (Wood Grouse) and German (Crescent Moon/Crown) silver hallmarks and logo of the master, which are used in conjunction with a maker's mark and a decimal silver standard.

‘Alpina’ was founded in 1883 by a group of Swiss Watchmakers who joined together to produce high quality Swiss mechanical watches at a reasonable price. A group called themselves affectionately the "Alpinists", and they all shared the same target: the success of the ‘Alpina’ watch. Different members of the group in Geneva, Germany, Eastern and Northern Europe manufactured various parts of the watch. 

In 1901 the trade name ‘Alpina’ was officially registered.  The name ‘Alpina’ refers to the Swiss Alps where the company was located.
From the beginning, ‘Alpina’ watches were manufactured with high quality components, amongst others Brequet spirals, balance wheels with gold screws and heavy gold cases.

In 1909 for participation in the German watch-manufacturing base, Alpina Union Horlogère founded the "Präcisions-Uhrenfabrik Alpina" in Glashütte. The Union's factories were now located in Geneva, Bienne, Besançon and Glashütte. "Alpina Glashütte" watches gained ground.

This elegant silver timepiece can be yours for MYR1,500. A 30-day warranty is provided for watch. A flat fee insured shipping is provided. 

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