Audemars Piguet Royal Oak

It’s been almost a year since Audemars Piguet introduced a special ladies’ version of its emblematic Royal Oak, a dazzling timepiece called Frosted Gold, and today, men will get to enjoy it as well, with a cool bonus too. There’s a new men’s version of the Royal Oak Frosted Gold watch, featuring an elegant 41 mm case that will keep gentlemen on time, it is complemented by the redesigned Royal Oak Cufflinks, which might act as a stylish bonus.

Audemars Piguet’s hammered case is made of white gold and paired with a deep blue dial once again, while the frosted surfaces – the result of Florentine technique – should be more than enough to help you make a statement wherever you go. The main challenge was to create this frosted finish only on flat surfaces, without altering the rest of the case and its sharp angles.

Crafted in 18K white gold, with a blue-toned “Grande Tapisserie” dial and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating, this timepiece packs the very appreciated calibre 3120, with automatic
winding – this means a 22K gold rotor, 3Hz frequency and 60 hours worth of backup power.

The Royal Oak Frosted Gold 41mm 15410BC will be paired by an 18k white gold bracelet and it’s going to be produced in a limited run of just 200 examples, each of them set to cost at least EUR 60,000. The Redesigned Royal Oak Cufflinks come in three versions in stainless steel with either a blue, black or silver “Tapisserie” pattern, as well as two versions in pink gold with blue or black “Tapisserie”. A yellow gold version, with a blue “Tapisserie” pattern in the centre, will soon follow, thus adding the finishing touch to a classy look.