Audemars Piguet

Icing on the Cake: Audemars Piguet’s Frosted Gold Finish
Icing on the Cake: Audemars Piguet’s Frosted Gold Finish

Everything Audemars Piguet creates tends to be overshadowed by the Royal Oak collection, even when it’s equally worthy of the spotlight. ...

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore History & Guide
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore History & Guide

Launched in 1993, the Royal Oak Offshore was released as an anniversary celebration of the classic Royal Oak that was launched in the 197...

Yellow Gold’s Comeback
Yellow Gold’s Comeback

Yellow gold was a classic from the 1960s to the 80s, after which it was considered old-fashioned, garish, and outmoded. By 2020, 80s-insp...

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Watch 1 Royal Oak Tourbillon
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Watch 1 Royal Oak Tourbillon

Audemars Piguet honored the 30th anniversary of the first Royal Oak—reference 5402, designed by Gérald Genta—when it released Concept Wat...

In Focus: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar
In Focus: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar

When Audemars Piguet teamed up with Gerald Genta to design Royal Oak in 1971 and 1972, they could not forecast the commercial success the...

A Movement for Each Sport: The Ultimate in Custom Builds
A Movement for Each Sport: The Ultimate in Custom Builds

Can you acquire a watch equipped with a movement especially designed for your favorite activity? It might seem a prohibitively expensive ...

Ceramic Watches: Not as New of a Trend as You Might Think
Ceramic Watches: Not as New of a Trend as You Might Think

Given how niche ceramic remains as a case material, one might be quick to think that the material is rather new to the industry. Granted,...

One Watch + Two Tones = Twice the Impact
One Watch + Two Tones = Twice the Impact

Two-tone watches were said to be very 80’s; which is handy for them right now, as fashions tend to make a comeback after skipping a...

The Holy Trinity of Swiss Watches
The Holy Trinity of Swiss Watches

In today’s world of luxury watchmaking, there are quite a few brands that are known as the top echelon of horology. However, three stand ...

The Future of “Luxury Sport”
The Future of “Luxury Sport”

The luxury sports watch category is an interesting one, especially in recent years. It’s by no means new, but it’s absolutely something t...

History of Audemars Piguet: 1875 to Present Day
History of Audemars Piguet: 1875 to Present Day

Once childhood friends, Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet reconnected in the early 1870s to find that they were both watchma...

Seamless: Integrated Bracelet Watches
Seamless: Integrated Bracelet Watches

Call it like it is, watches with integrated bracelets are continuing to have their moment in the spotlight over the last few years, prima...

Guide to Mechanical Watches
Guide to Mechanical Watches

When looking at purchasing a watch, knowing what kind of movement you want is a good place to start. You should distinguish between diffe...

Iconic Celebrity Watches From Hollywood to Politicians
Iconic Celebrity Watches From Hollywood to Politicians

Being a celebrity doesn’t just mean you’re in Hollywood, you can be a famous sports figure, political figure, musician or even a tech con...

In Conversation: The Art of Collecting Rolex, Richard Mille, Porsche and More
In Conversation: The Art of Collecting Rolex, Richard Mille, Porsche a...

Join Watch Specialist and Media Director, Tim Mosso, as he sits down with collector, entrepreneur and race car driver, Drew Coblitz. This...

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