Inspired by the original 1955 model, the new Trésor is a classicaly styled timepiece and a welcome addition to Omega’s De Ville collection. Offered in 18K Sedna gold, 18K yellow gold or 18K white gold — all 40mm case size — the De Ville Trésor has a beautiful a silvery opaline dial with a vintage “clous de Paris” pattern. Polished 18K gold hour, minute and seconds hands are complemented by the date window at 6 o’clock. Powered by the Omega Master Co-Axial calibre 8511. Not only does it feature a Si14 silicon balance spring and co-axial escapement it can also resist magnetic fields greater than 15,000 gauss.
The Omega De Ville Trésor will be offered in both rose and white gold at a price of 11,500 CHF.
As an aside — you may have noticed this year that all of Omega’s new calibers are now utilizing its 15000 gauss antimagnetic technology that debuted last year. If you are curious what Omega “Master Co-Axial” means, be sure to read my explanation of this important development and breakthrough Omega technology, here>>>