The next matter to catch a female’s attention would certainly be her best friends on the iconic bezel. I particularly like the black dial with stainless steel case because it brings out the glow in the diamonds. While the black straps and dial supply a dark contrasting background, the silver bezel as well as adds on the shine of these stones, which makes them look brighter and bigger. In any case, black goes well with gowns and accessories.Then there are some curves from the details to make it more feminine. The sapphire glass is ever so slightly convex shaped, giving the watch an interesting reflection of lights. The curve of the glass also gives a jewelled feel, instead of a clean regular glass. Not forgetting the cabochon cut sapphire set in the crown. Definitely a wonderful touch to add curves on a crown that was modelled to seem more like a nut.For the ladies interested in the functions, this bit runs on Calibre 2240. This is probably one of the hardly any versions, of not the only, Ladies Royal Oak Selfwinding. Most other Ladies Royal Oak are quartz pieces. Aside from the clear “Automatic” tag at 6 o’clock, another easy way to tell them apart is date window which is missing from the quartz movement.Overall, this period piece is readily worn from work to weekend shoppings and dining. It is elegant without being yummy; daring without being flamboyant; classical without being boring.Bio notes: Sharon Tan is an engineer through and through, constantly fascinated by machinery and gadgets large and small. She had been introduced to horology relatively recently, and was instantly captivated by the mix of art, science and technology all encased in a disk. Her selection of watches ranges wildly from straightforward iconic bits to watches with intriguing movements or exceptional finishing. She wants to attract more women to this male-dominated industry. Outside of her work and watches, you are most likely to find her running.
Photography notes: The watch is very hard to photograph to reveal the complex tapisserie patterns on the dial when maintaining vulnerability proper for the remaining portion of the dial and reveal the hands. But therein lies the attraction. The mixture of this black dial, the patterns on it, with all the black polished hands signifies an exposure to reveal all components is not typically possible. But on the wrist, the watch shows a rich veneer of this dial texture playing mild, grabbing it from different angles. The beautiful texture and pattern only revealing itself on close examination. A quick, cursory look at the watch would just reveal a black dialup, which might appear totally with no texture.Also note that the watch is worn by Sharon, and carries the marks of daily use. While we didn’t take some measures to clean the view, we left some of the instant debris to demonstrate that this is a well loved watch, worn by the owner, and not a secure queen simply to be used for display.It is unmistakable. There’s the strongbox case, the octagonal bezel, which can be motivated by a ship’s cannon scuttles — or porthole to us non-maritime types — that is secured by eight observable hexagonal screws and the Grande Tapisserie motif on the dial. This really is a cult watch style at its best.This isn’t a watch for those desiring something ultra female. It is a substantial piece with strong lines and a no-nonsense feel for this. Nevertheless, if it is diamonds you are after, the Royal Oak does come in a fully iced version if you’ve got a couple of hundred thousand lying around. It’s a 40-hour power reserve and also the sub-dials are a tiny moments at six o’clock, 30-minute counter at three and 12-hour index at nine.
Each attribute a little date aperture at three o’clock and both have centre seconds too. The indicators are elongated and thin and add a nice balance to the dial. The only thing that bugs me is that the floating “Swiss Made” at the base of the dial — why can’t it just be a bit lower? But that is really the one thing that bothers me, which is saying something here.On the wrist that watch is a fantasy. Sure it is a bit heavy (I can’t state precisely how much it weighs, as Audemars Piguet declined to comment on that), but if you’re worried about weight then you likely should not be buying a good gold watch on a solid gold necklace. Duh. The weird thing about this view is even though the Frosted Gold seems like a great deal at first, when you put it on it feels surprisingly. . .understated? It seems counter-intuitive, but a number of my HODINKEE colleagues (guys and gals) agree. My thoughts are considerably closer to your love poem than a critique. For me, this watch is the perfect embodiment of sporty glamor that’s not only enjoyable to wear but also has an impressive story behind it. The Florentine Technique is truly remarkable and something which we have never gotten ahead on a timepiece like this. Audemars Piguet has once more made a product a step before the rest all while maintaining the core aesthetics of the brand.
Beautiful piece created by luxury watchmaker’s Audemars Piguet. A gorgeous 18ct Yellow Gold Second-hand Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Ladies Price Singapore Replica Wrist Watch.When the first Royal Oak first came out, it was nicknamed the “Jumbo” for its 39 mm diameter, which was considered oversized at the time. Finally, the Royal Oak was produced at a 36 mm case size, then in a 39 millimeter diameter, up until last year. The outgoing 39 millimeter manufacturing version did not have an in-house made dial, and the logo was applied in place of the 12 o’clock hour marker. Now, as of SIHH 2012, the Royal Oak comes in a 41 mm or a 37 millimeter case, with the 39 mm being earmarked exclusively for the (Royal Extra-Thin “Jumbo”and Royal Oak Skeleton models). The new Royal Oak currently has the AP logo put on the dial just below the 12 o’clock mark, allowing for the designers to add a actual hour marker for 12 o’clock, which, in this case, is a facetted white golden implemented double baton marker, a significant improvement aesthetically. Measuring 41 x 9.80 mm — the new Royal Oak is only slightly larger than it predecessor, but as I mentioned above, the dial can be vastly improved. And the case back is currently open, something not previously offered in this collection. Which, of course, is a shame for any movement coming out of Le Brassus. And as I mentioned above, there’s also a brand new 37 millimeter version for people with small wrists (or girls). Which one works best for you truly matters in your wrist size and personal taste. I attempted all three along with also the 37 mm is certainly too small for my wrist (which will be 7 inches in circumference), the 39 mm looks good and so does the 41 mm, so which one did I prefer? Continue reading and I will tell you.
|Model||Royal Oak Lady|
|Case material||Pink gold|
|Bracelet material||Pink Gold|
|Location||United States of America, New York, New York|
|Number of jewels||7|
|Case material||Pink gold|
|Case diameter||33 mm|
|Water resistance||5 ATM|
|Material bezel||Pink gold|
|Dial numerals||No numerals|
|Bracelet material||Pink Gold|
|Clasp material||Pink Gold|
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33mm x 7.00mm 18K pink gold case, glareproofed sapphire crystal, brown dial with Grande Tapisserie pattern, pink gold applied hour-markers, and pink gold Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating , quartz Audemars Piguet Calibre 2713 movement with hours, minutes, and date, approximately 39 months of power reserve, 18K pink gold bracelet. Water resistant to 50 meters.
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