News: Unique 41 mm, titanium and cermet Royal Oak skeleton to be auctioned for charity

This is significant news for fans of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, especially since 2012 is the 40th anniversary of the Royal Oak. A unique, 41 mm titanium Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Skeleton will be auctioned in Singapore on 1 Sep 2012, with proceeds going to charity. This unique watch uses the skeletonised 2139 movement like the regular Royal Oak Skeleton but with big differences in the case.

The case is titanium and 41 mm, with cermet bezel, as well as pink gold hands and indices. In contrast the regular version is 39 mm in steel or gold.

All proceeds will go to Kidz Horizon, a charity that helps children with chronic or terminal illnesses.

The watch was donated by the family of the late collector Duncan Wang, the third annual charity watch auction his family is supporting. Last year’s watch was a unique Lange Zeitwerk with a grey dial. For more information on the sale and how to participate, get in touch with Kidz Horizon.


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