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Estimate € 80000 - 160000

Model: Royal Oak
Reference: 15305OR.OO.D088CR.01
Case Material: Pink Gold
Bracelet Material: Pink Gold
Year: 2013
Movement: Automatic
Caliber: 3129
Case N°: N°0335, H87529
Movement N°: 868783
Dimensions: 39 mm
Signed: Dial, Movement and Case
Accessories: Box and Warranty

Skeleton watches have been a captivating presence throughout the annals of horological history, showcasing the exquisite art of skeletonization. This intricate process involves stripping away the traditional watch dial, unveiling the mesmerizing beauty of the movement within. Distinguished watchmakers of the highest caliber, such as Audemars Piguet, elevate this artistry by not only exposing the movement but also adorning it with meticulous decorations. In the early years of the new millennium, Audemars Piguet responded to the fervent desires of Royal Oak enthusiasts with the introduction of reference 15 300. This landmark timepiece marked a significant moment, featuring Audemars Piguet’s first in-house movement, the caliber 3120. Taking this commitment to craftsmanship further, the open-worked version, reference 15 305, made its debut at the SIHH 2010. It housed the caliber 3129, a refinement of its predecessor, boasting 253 meticulously crafted parts that display hours, minutes, and seconds. The intricate artistry of hand-decorated movement components required the skilled touch of a watchmaker with exceptional dexterity. Preserving the structural integrity of the movement without the presence of a conventional dial, while ensuring reliability and accuracy, demanded an extraordinary level of expertise. The reference 15 305 remained in production until 2020, featuring a slate gray open-worked dial adorned with pink gold applied hour markers and Royal Oak hands enhanced with luminescent coating. Crafted in 2013 from 18-karat pink gold, this Royal Oak exemplar retains the iconic octagonal case design by the legendary Gerald Genta. The bracelet, also in 18-karat pink gold, incorporates an AP folding clasp, ensuring a secure and stylish fit. Exceptionally well-preserved, this timepiece stands out as a vividly modernist embodiment of skeletonized artistry. As a testament to its Royal Oak lineage, this watch not only captivates with its visual allure but also boasts excellent condition and completeness with accompanying accessories.

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Estimate € 80000 - 160000

Model: Royal Oak
Reference: 15305OR.OO.D088CR.01
Case Material: Pink Gold
Bracelet Material: Pink Gold
Year: 2013
Movement: Automatic
Caliber: 3129
Case N°: N°0335, H87529
Movement N°: 868783
Dimensions: 39 mm
Signed: Dial, Movement and Case
Accessories: Box and Warranty

Skeleton watches have been a captivating presence throughout the annals of horological history, showcasing the exquisite art of skeletonization. This intricate process involves stripping away the traditional watch dial, unveiling the mesmerizing beauty of the movement within. Distinguished watchmakers of the highest caliber, such as Audemars Piguet, elevate this artistry by not only exposing the movement but also adorning it with meticulous decorations. In the early years of the new millennium, Audemars Piguet responded to the fervent desires of Royal Oak enthusiasts with the introduction of reference 15 300. This landmark timepiece marked a significant moment, featuring Audemars Piguet’s first in-house movement, the caliber 3120. Taking this commitment to craftsmanship further, the open-worked version, reference 15 305, made its debut at the SIHH 2010. It housed the caliber 3129, a refinement of its predecessor, boasting 253 meticulously crafted parts that display hours, minutes, and seconds. The intricate artistry of hand-decorated movement components required the skilled touch of a watchmaker with exceptional dexterity. Preserving the structural integrity of the movement without the presence of a conventional dial, while ensuring reliability and accuracy, demanded an extraordinary level of expertise. The reference 15 305 remained in production until 2020, featuring a slate gray open-worked dial adorned with pink gold applied hour markers and Royal Oak hands enhanced with luminescent coating. Crafted in 2013 from 18-karat pink gold, this Royal Oak exemplar retains the iconic octagonal case design by the legendary Gerald Genta. The bracelet, also in 18-karat pink gold, incorporates an AP folding clasp, ensuring a secure and stylish fit. Exceptionally well-preserved, this timepiece stands out as a vividly modernist embodiment of skeletonized artistry. As a testament to its Royal Oak lineage, this watch not only captivates with its visual allure but also boasts excellent condition and completeness with accompanying accessories.

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