Lot 2381
  • 2381

AUDEMARS PIGUET | EDWARD PIGUET TOURBILLON, REFERENCE 25947PT A PLATINUM SKELETONISED TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH, CIRCA 2005

Estimate
300,000 - 400,000 HKD
Sold
375,000 HKD
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Description

  • EDWARD PIGUET TOURBILLON, REFERENCE 25947PT A PLATINUM SKELETONISED TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH, CIRCA 2005
Dial: skeleonisedCalibre: cal. 2871 mechanical, 19 jewelsCase: platinum, sapphire crystal display back secured by 4 screwsCase number: F 10183Closure: black Audemars Piguet alligator strap and platinum folding claspSize: 48.5 mm length x 29.5 mm widthSigned: case, dial and movementAccessories: Audemars Piguet Certificat d'Origine et de Garantie, magnifying glass, instruction manual and presentation box

Catalogue Note

Audemars Piguet being one of the foremost pioneers in the world of watchmaking plays a very significant role in the development of the tourbillon movement. In 1986, when Audemars Piguet debuted the caliber 2870, it shocked the entire horology community as it was the first ever self-winding tourbillon ever made. To continue on its success, Audemars Piguet further developed its tourbillon models, especially during the 2000s, when tourbillon became a benchmark for any brand wanting to be a haute horlogerie.
The present watch from the Edward Piguet collection features an uncommon art-deco style rectangular curved case and an incredibly detailed engraved skeletonised movement. From afar, the tourbillon mechanism displays a high degree of craftsmanship and is a visual work of art.
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