1950s Audemars Piguet Disco Volante ref 5093 in pink gold
In the 1950s, Audemars Piguet, like many others, started the quest to create the thinest watch ever made. Interestingly, it is in collaboration with Gérald Genta that the “Disco Volante” will see the light of day with a focus on the thinness and detail of the bezel.
We are particularly proud to have found this watch and its 18ct yellow gold cousin. Two magnificent Audemars Piguet Disco Volante, prestige watches from the manufacture. One of the most beautiful watches of the manufacture in the 50s, this watch is desirable and quite difficult to find.
The atypical case measures 34mm and fits perfectly on the wrist of any wearer. As we always say, it’s not the size that counts but the appeal of the watch. This particular presence is mainly due to the perfect composition made of the pink sunburst dial, applied gilt baton hour markers, gilt baton hands and the beautifully guilloché bezel.
It is powered by the 2003 caliber made by AP on the basis of a Jaeger-Lecoultre caliber, a robust and precise manual winding.
This watch is simply a watch for passionate collectors.