A new Trésor model from Omega’s De Ville collection offers classic stylingwith subtle new details.
Omega’s new power reserve chronometer, featuring one of the brand’s most sophisticated movements, is a pared-back addition to its De Ville Trésor line. The very first Trésor, introduced in 1949, was a refined dress watch with a slim profile and a 30mm movement that the brand referred to as the “treasure.” This version continues to balance horological innovation with minimalist design. It’s fitted with a manual-winding calibre, which debuted in 2019, and inside the 40mm 18-carat yellow-gold case are a silver dial with power reserve indicator and small seconds sub-dials. Omega Trésor watch, $17,500, omegawatches.com. —Jenny Hartman
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