Audemars Piguet celebrates the power of self-expression with a variety of colours, materials and sizes catering to all styles, tastes and wrists. 

Amongst the highlights, the Manufacture introduces a new 38 mm case size in the Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet collection. The teams revisited the proportions of the intricate three-part case to fit watch lovers’ slimmer wrists. The new diameter debuts with two expressive models in 18-carat pink gold enriched with an embossed dial in a choice of purple or ivory hues. For its part, the Royal Oak collection presents a series of highly contemporary aesthetics including a new 34 mm Selfwinding model entirely crafted in white ceramic. 

The collection also welcomes a monochrome yellow gold Royal Oak "Jumbo" Extra-Thin shimmering with yellow sapphires. By combining technical complexity with refined aesthetics and ergonomics, the Manufacture continues to explore new creative dimensions attuned to the brand's free-spirited identity.

Close up of a Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet watch.

The new 38 mm Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet Selfwinding has been designed with smaller wrists in mind. This new case size makes its debut with two 18-carat pink gold models offering elegant contrasts. The first watch is enriched with a vibrant purple dial and a matching alligator strap, while the second timepiece presents a more discreet, yet shiny ivory aesthetic. 

Close up of the Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet backcase.

The timepieces are endowed with the collection’s latest dial design developed by Audemars Piguet in collaboration with Swiss guilloché craftsman Yann von Kaenel. The embossed dial is decorated with hundreds of tiny holes that move outwards from its centre in a wave-like pattern, giving off unique colour effects.

The two contemporary timepieces are powered by the Manufacture’s latest selfwinding hour, minute, seconds and date movement, Calibre 5900, which combines a slim 4 mm thickness, a high 4Hz frequency and a 60-hour power reserve.

The very first 34 mm Royal Oak Selfwinding crafted in white ceramic is distinguished by an immaculate white colour illuminated by pink gold accents. This new refined and light model will please smaller wrists.

Close up of a Royal Oak watch.

The brilliance of white ceramic is highlighted by eight hexagonal screws in 18-carat pink gold. The silvered Grande Tapisserie dial is similarly accentuated by pink gold hour-markers and hands for a refined glow.

The selfwinding Calibre 5800 offers a 50-hour power reserve and water resistance to a depth of 50 metres. The pink gold sapphire caseback reveals the dedicated 22-carat pink gold oscillating weight and the refined decorations adorning the movement.

Close up of a Royal Oak backcase.
Close up of a Royal Oak watch.

The Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin model is now available in two versions executed in 18-carat white or yellow gold and entirely
set with 1,528 brilliant-cut diamonds or yellow sapphires.

Each gemstone has been carefully selected and cut to meet Audemars Piguet’s highest standards in terms of clarity, cut and colour. The brilliance of the sapphires is enhanced by the mirror-polished chamfers outlining the bezel, the case and the individual links of the bracelet.

Close up of a Royal Oak backcase.

The new models are driven by the hour, minute and date movement, Calibre 7121, which has been specially designed for the extra-thin "Jumbo" case, without altering any of its finesse. In keeping with Haute Horlogerie codes, this selfwinding movement is embellished with emblematic decorations which can be admired through the sapphire caseback.

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