16th June 2017

Audemars Piguet make exceptionally good timepieces. We could illustrate this point by mentioning their rich history, their fantastic movements or the unparalleled quality of their finishing. In this instance however, we would rather let the watch speak for itself.

Featuring a case crafted from 18-carat pink gold and a contrasting octagonal bezel finished in ceramic, the contrast created by such bold colours is stunning, and is further enhanced by the ceramic crown and pushpieces. The same contrast is seen on the dial, where the black “Méga-Tapisserie” dial serves as the background for pink gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands, which all also feature luminescent coating. There is even a pink gold toned inner bezel, and the black counters and date window are also highlighted with pink gold. Supplied on a black rubber strap with an 18-carat pink gold pin buckle, this is an incredible looking timepiece.

Audemars Piguet have been making movements in house in the Vallée de Joux since 1875, and they are simply unrivalled both in terms of performance and finishing quality. The movement in this timepiece utilises 59 jewels and is made up of 365 parts, offering 50 hours of power reserve. In addition it is visible through a sapphire crystal caseback, giving the owner a glorious view of the 22-carat monobloc oscillating rotor engraved with the Audemars and Piguet family crests, as well as the intricate finishing on the rest of the movement.

This luxury timepiece not only looks fantastic, but thanks to its’ excellent movement it works beautifully. As the watch also features a screw-locked crown it is waterproof to 100M, and the durability of the rubber strap means that it can get wet and handle daily wear.

This watch is available now online and in our Argyll Arcade boutique.


Audemars Piguet watches are available online and in our Argyll Arcade boutique.


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