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Audemars Piguet 26579CS
Audemars Piguet 26579CS
Audemars Piguet 26579CS
Audemars Piguet 26579CS
Audemars Piguet 26579CS
Audemars Piguet 26579CS
Audemars Piguet 26579CS
Audemars Piguet 26579CS
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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calender 26579CS Blue Ceramic

Brand: Audemars Piguet
Reference: 26579CS
Year: 2023
Condition: Brand New
Movement: Automatic
Case Size: 41
Complication: Perpetual Calendar
Special Note: Blue tone dial that harmonises with the blue ceramic case and bracelet
Box: Yes
Papers: Yes

Description: There is no hiding the popularity of the Royal Oak as a collection. Audemars Piguet‘s luxury sports watch, the initiator of the genre born in 1972, is one of the few truly iconic watches on the market 

This full-blue ceramic Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar has garnered a lot of interest since it’s release.

In order to create a monochromatic look, Audemars Piguet has created a new blue tone for the dial that harmonises with the blue ceramic case and bracelet. Obtained by Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD), the blue Grande Tapisserie dial is more saturated in colour than the traditional Bleu Nuage found on the Jumbo model. Bright, vivid and with a metallic shimmer, this dial and the matching subdials and inner bezel are all classic Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar features.

Time is read thanks to white gold hands and markers filled with luminous material. The display consists of three calendar subdials and a moon phase aperture equally distributed on the dial, as well as a rare week indicator on the periphery. The level of detail and the overall finishing is, as always with Audemars Piguet, simply impressive.

Under the sapphire back is a movement that has already been seen in the past ceramic, steel or gold editions. This calibre 5134, based on the iconic calibre 2120, was launched in 2015 and measures a mere 4.3mm in height. A delicate and handsome movement, it runs at a frequency of 2.75Hz and stores 40 hours of power reserve. The decoration includes a solid 22k gold rotor, Côtes de Genève, circular graining, sunray brushing and polished chamfers.

This piece is a part of the permanent collection but is not produced in large quantities.