Audemars Piguet Edward Piguet Watches
Audemars Piguet Edward Piguet: Reconciling Luxury with Style
The Audemars Piguet Edward Piguet collections add extra shining stars to the classy style of the luxury brand. When it comes to complex features, the Edward Piguet might not be as complicated as its contemporary models. But it imbibes some of the stylish features making them hard to ignore.
With a large date fixed in the center of the dial, the Audemars Piguet Edward Piguet wristlet is accompanied by a perpetual calendar, chronograph movement and tourbillon. The high end style is also redefined with the transparent working of the model.
Edward Piguet: Blending Technology with Art
The watch series have come up with a symmetrical balance of technology blended with style in its latest collection launched in the year 2011. The Audemars Piguet collection has introduced a most exquisite and classic timepiece of its kind in the Edward Piguet lineage: the Moss Agate Tourbillon Watch. The watch claims to be the world’s first proud watch to be equipped with the Moss Agate board.
The watch is incorporated with a Moss Agate stone with resembles the texture of lush and bright green plants inside the watch surface. It has been the Audemars tradition to experiment with new styles and bring innovative changes in the timepieces. The introduction of the Moss Agate is not a novel attempt as the Audemars Piguet launched a Tourbillon in its Edward Piguet collection in 2001 as well. The board of the timepiece created in 2001 was laced with a red haired crystal mineral making it look like a natural painting.
Moss Agate comes from the heart of the earth and is milky white in nature with the designs resembling to the natural plants. The high end and classic watch making art is evidently visible in the AP Edward Piguet latest innovation.
The timepiece in the AP Edward Piguet series is cased with an 18K Rose Gold adding style to its graceful presence. The technological touch is not ignored in the wristlet with a 48 hour power reserve and a Moss Agate dial housed with a manual winding Tourbillon movement.