Switzerland Haute Clocks manufacturer Audemars Piguet Regal Oak Self-Winding is very happy to expand the 15452 collection with 2 new Noble Oak Selfwinding models inside 37 millimeters. Crafted throughout white or even pink your old watches, the two iterations are thoroughly set using diamonds and vibrant gemstones, although their guilloché dial includes new greyish or beige hues. A brand new satin-finished calfskin leather band completes the very watch’s stylish and initial aesthetic.
Each one of the 40 brilliant-cut gemstones wearing the silver bezel continues to be meticulously chosen to offer a sleek and good gradation. The actual stones happen to be individually reduce and refined to present crystal clear and razor-sharp angles prior to being fixed by hand within the bezel. Completely aligned, these people reflect the main everchanging lighting to create distinctive optical results, ranging from reddish and fruit tints in order to pink shades, depending on the design.
The 18-carat white gold situation and attaching studs on the second research are also establish with 124 brilliant-cut precious gems. The rhodium-toned dial is usually enhanced with a “Grand Tapisserie” pattern and applied 18-karat white gold hour-markers and arms. As for the light red gold edition, the two hour-markers at twelve o’clock tend to be set by using brilliant-cut diamond rings. To comparison with the watch’s monochromatic visual, the white-colored Audemars Piguet Royal Walnut Self-Winding precious metal bezel is placed with forty brilliant-cut pink coloured sapphires as well as rubies providing a processed and delicate gradation. Resolutely feminine, this amazing combination will certainly seamlessly take a seat on the slenderest wrists. “Each gemstone had been meticulously decided to achieve these types of gradations, when privileging typically the purest and many vibrant colors. Finding the ideal gradation needed months associated with research. The smooth and beneficial whole celebrate pays contribution to the incalculable palette of colored gemstones. ” Nathalie Barzilay GIA Move on Gemologist