Audemars Piguet’s Purple Royal Oak

Replete with baguette-cut amethysts in the bezel.

By Terry Christodoulou 26/08/2021

Audemars Piguet’s latest Royal Oak is no shrinking violet.

The purple hues that adorn one of watchmaking’s most iconic sports models create a truly unique design.

Here, the heady new addition to the Royal Oak collection sees a self-winding chronograph of 38mm presented in 18-carat pink gold with a32 baguette-cut amethysts embedded throughout the bezel.

Complementing the glitz of the bezel, AP has crafted its iconic Gran Taposserie pattern dial in a corresponding purple tone.

Powering the Royal Oak is the in-house built self-winding 2385 movement, capable of holding a 40-hour power reserve. 

The timepiece is complemented by a matching 18-carat pink gold bracelet with the AP folding clasp.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Purpele Baguette Chronograph is available for approx. $112,805;


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