Review: Audemars Piguet – Royal Oak Offshore High Jewellery
Elevating the definition of ‘luxury sports watch’ several notches, the Royal Oak Offshore High Jewellery shows how far the Royal Oak collection has come.
When the original was launched in 1972, watch lovers questioned Audemars Piguet’s nerve to charge a then-exorbitant 3,500 Swiss francs for a steel watch. More than 43 years on, no one’s batting an eyelid with its arguably most ostentatious rendition for ladies, a quartz version carpeted by over 300 baguette-cut diamonds and sapphires on the case and dial.
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