Here is a 1956 Omega in 14k solid-white-gold measuring 32mm across without the crown and 42mm lug-to-lug. White-gold Omegas are the rarest of all metals used by Omega and are seldom seen. A very small percentage of all Omegas were produced in white gold. This 17-jewel movement was just cleaned by our watchmaker and is accurately keeping time. Look at this simply laid out dial with raised white-gold markers, hands, and quadrant sub-second register – very clean and all original. That half-moon arc at the bottom of the dial is only a shadow. The Omega winding crown is present. I do like the look of the extended lugs and smooth bezel!