A unique skeletonized dial and an overall incisive design are the standout complications of this Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillon Chronograph watch. Time is displayed using central luminescent white gold Royal Oak hands and Arabic numer
1928 - Running on the LeCoultre Calibre, this watch is one of the rarest and most prestigious in the history of fine watchmaking. Its skeletonised dial and its sapphire back reveal a mechanism offering a minute repeater, a fly-back chronograph
Both the Grand Complication and public prize went to A Lange & Söhne with the 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar at the annual Grand Prix Horologerie de Geneve. An amazing year for the German brand, and a deserving winner. Read the full article on.