The Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon ‘Tamara Ralph’ Limited Edition

In a dazzling collaboration between Audemars Piguet and Haute Couture designer Tamara Ralph, the Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon ‘Tamara Ralph’ Limited Edition emerges as an exclusive timepiece that seamlessly blends timeless elegance with innovative craftsmanship. Unveiled during Tamara Ralph’s Spring/Summer 2024 Haute Couture Fashion Week runway show in Paris, this limited edition watch celebrates the fusion of Haute Horlogerie and Haute Couture.

Designed in collaboration with Tamara Ralph, this limited edition timepiece boasts an 18-carat pink gold case adorned with Frosted Gold, creating a shimmering effect reminiscent of precious stones. The collaboration showcases a unique multi-layered dial, echoing the textured details of Ralph’s Couture creations, and exhibits a sunburst satin finish in shades of brown, bronze, and gold. The diamond-set flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock adds a touch of sophistication, creating a captivating play of light and powerful contrasts.

The Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon ‘Tamara Ralph” Limited Edition also features a 38.5mm profile, glare-proof front and back sapphire crystals, translucent cabochon-cut sapphire set in the 18k pink gold crown, and water resistance up to 20 meters. A bronze-toned pearly alligator strap with an 18-carat pink gold AP folding clasp complements the watch.

At the heart of this masterpiece is the hand-wound Caliber 2964, a technical marvel composed of 207 components, 17 jewels, and a flying tourbillon with its intricately designed cage of four overlapping circular pink gold plates. Operating at a frequency of 3Hz, the timepiece boasts a 72-hour power reserve.

The Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon ‘Tamara Ralph’ Limited Edition, reference number 26630OR.GG.D626CR.01, is limited to only 100 pieces and is available for inquiry via Audemars Piguet.


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