The dedicated timepiece is a demonstration of what the Maison does best, featuring a pristine 41mm ceramic case with a matching bracelet. Providing a bold yet complementing contrast to its all-white construction, the openworked dial is doused in a vivid blue hue and accentuated with touches of white gold and magenta. The handset and hour markers are applied with white gold, topped with a luminescent coating.
The intricately-crafted caliber 2972 is geared with a Flying tourbillon along with the essential timekeeping functions. Boasting a 65-hour power reserve, the piece is also able to withstand up to 50 meters underwater.
Estimated to fetch between 300,000 – 500,000 CHF (approximately $333,813 – $556,355 USD), the timepiece will be auctioned off at this year’s Only Watch in Geneva on November 5. For more information, visit the designated webpage for AP’s Royal Oak Flying Tourbillon Openworked Only Watch Edition here.
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