Accompanied by Audemars Piguet special presentation box, certificate, booklet and magnifying glass.
The JULES AUDEMARS TOURBILLON REPETITION MINUTES CHRONOGRAPHE is a superb example of haute horlogerie at its summit from both technical and aesthetic standpoints. By combining a manually-wound column-wheel chronograph with two of the most difficult complications in watchmaking, the creation is destined to delight the most discriminating of collectors and aficionados.
The masterpiece pays respect to Jules-Louis Audemars, who founded Audemars Piguet & Co. watchmaking factory with Edward-Auguste Piguet in 1881. Due to its technical intricacy, only a handful will leave the workshop in Le Brassus, Switzerland each year. At the heart is the calibre 2874, a movement that is in full accord with the highest degree of haute de gamme craftsmanship, totalling 665 individual miniscule parts. All bridges are decorated with hand-applied Cotes de Geneve, while each individual steel component meticulously chamfered and polished.