1970s Audemars Piguet yellow gold “TV” cal. 2120
Audemars Piguet, a reference house in the watchmaking sector, was created in 1875 in the Vallée de Joux. Driven by the vision of Audemars and Piguet, the company is known for producing bold, complicated, and luxurious timepieces, wristwatches as pocket watches. To the dismay of complicated watch enthusiasts, it is thanks to their collaboration with the greatest watch designer, Gerald Genta, that Audemars Piguet is recognized worldwide.
Don’t we say that mastering the simplicity of an object makes it sophisticated? If you agree with us, you won’t be able to argue with the beauty of this piece.
You are looking at a unique, rare and beautiful dress watch made of solid 18kt yellow gold. This Audemars Piguet watch is made in the rules of the art and has a unique presence on the wrist thanks to its original integrated bracelet and its atypical TV case. It is this cachet created by this particular shape that makes it highly sought after by collectors.
Mechanically, it shares the superb caliber 2120, found in some Royal Oak watches. Furthermore, the watch comes with its original bracelet and buckle signed by Audemars Piguet.
A rare watch in excellent condition, not to be missed.