Omega 1932 Art-deco Jumbo Curvex Silver Officers Watch

A very rare and practically untouched 1932 Omega in large solid silver curvex case. We find a watch in this size and condition from Omega incredibly difficult to find. These watches are not shock- or waterproof and to stand the test of time (91 years old) whilst still looking this good, is incredibly rare. Scroll down to read more about this watch.



We personally think this rather large sized case is the perfect size for rectangular wrist watches (feel free to send us a message if you would like to see a wrist shot). We advise to have a look at the 12th picture to see the beautiful curve of the case.

The mat white/cream rectangular dial features a likewise rectangular decentralized seconds sub window.
Blued steel lume filled cathedral hands with immaculate intact and warm patinated lume to go along with the luminous art-deco numerals. Old font signature Omega and logo still perfectly legible.

The silver case features distinct yet elegant art-deco decorations on either side. As the pictures show, the watch case has not been polished or even ‘cleaned’ resulting in black oxidized silver. We can safely conclude this watch has not been worn much (or never) within the past decades.

Hand wound movement with serial 7.525.595 indicating this watch was produced in the art-deco era of 1932.
Watch is running well and keeps time accurate within 20 seconds off every 24 hours.

The inside case back shows distinct silver and Omega hallmarks.
Comes on a new suede leather nato strap.

Case dimension: 25,5mm x 30,5.
Lug to lug size is 38mm.

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Additional information




25,5mm / 30,5mm






Hand Wound