This slim and elegant piece couldn't be any further removed from the bulky brute of the Royal Oak Offshore line that the brand is perhaps most commonly known for amongst today's collectors. Hearkening back to a simpler time, it’s representative of an era in which the maison made so few timepieces per year that many were unique pieces, or part of incredibly limited series.
Clocking in at 32x28mm in a white gold tonneau case with a linen textured finishing, this piece dates to circa the late 1960s and features a satin silver dial with applied baton indices and a matching pencil handset, AP's automatic-winding Caliber 2120, and a pale blue calf leather strap with an stainless steel pin buckle.
This is as much a historical horological treasure as it is an infinitely wearable companion for a special night out.
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