Audemars Piguet Millenary Precieuse - Precious Lady's Gifts

Nov 11, 2008
The Audemars Piguet Millenary Precieuse line, unveiled in 2007, has now been joined by new timepieces created exclusively for evening wear.

The Millenary case with its distinctive oval shape is framed by diamond-paved rings. The lady's watches embrace the wrist with a silky satin strap.

The Audemars Piguet Millenary Precieuse watches have been created in two versions. The first version of the timepiece is based on understated purity. The elegant jewelry watch is crafted in white gold and coupled with a black satin strap or in pink gold coupled with beige satin strap. The signature Millenary dial is completed with both Arabic and Roman numerals. The timepiece fascinates by its Art Deco touches. It radiates with overall 147 brilliant-cut diamonds.

The second version of the watch is more provocative, paralyzing attention by its diamond bubbles that sparkle on the mother-of-pearl dial and on the wristband rings. The timepiece wins the heart by its exquisite femininity. It radiates with overall 187 brilliant-cut diamonds.

The satin straps of both versions are complemented by an oval diamond-set buckle. The gold crown is set with a blue or translucent cabochon. The case back reveals an engraving of the Millenary logo. The timepieces are 20-meter water-resistant.

The Millenary Precieuse watches can boast not only their precious exterior. The timepieces accommodate a superb mechanical hand-wound movement - 2046 Calibre, accentuating the beauty of the passing time. The 18-jewel movement is beating at 21,600 vibrations per hour. The beauty of the mechanism is enhanced due to rhodium-plating, circular-graining and Cotes-de-Geneve decorating.

The Millenary Precieuse jewelry line plays with the collection's signature oval motif. The finely polished surfaces, sparkling with gems, create a radiantly luminous effect. The interlacing oval shapes are grain-set, while closed setting creates tiny buds, scattered all over the jewelry pieces.

The line comprises a ring, choker and earrings embellished with the gentleness of a fancied freshly-picked flower. The interlacing patterns are reminiscent of a Japanese cherry tree. The jewelry pieces represent a highly original stylized interpretation of the plant kingdom.

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