Audemars Piguet watches bring to life true Swiss heritage by the joining of two watchmaking families under one house in 1875. The pair immediately took to innovation, releasing the award-winning Grande Complication, the first-ever skeleton watch, and crafting some of the thinnest wristwatches of the time. Each timepiece is literally crafted with hundreds of components. Chiming minute repeaters, for example, include more than 500 pieces per complication, and each is tuned by ear before leaving the factory, while the perpetual calendar features 374 pieces and is so precise it can continue for more than 100 years without needing an adjustment, and only then, it’s because the leap year falls out of alignment. The most recognizable of all Audemars Piguet watches is the Royal Oak, with its bold octagonal shape and “tapisserie” pattern screws, yet the Millenary Collection brings neo-classic designs for those who desire something a bit more off the beaten path. Remaining true to its heritage, Audemars Piguet watches are still made by the family today, with the exquisite Jules Audemars Collection paying homage to the founder.

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