The dial of the Marine model is a blingy ode to the natural beauty of Mediterranean seagrass.
Built with urban explorers in mind.
The timepiece has only ever made two other public appearances since 1808.
Two independent watchmaking juggernauts talk about their latest collaboration.
The new pieces are sporty yet luxe.
The model traces its roots to a 2002 timepiece created to honor the Royal Oak’s 30th anniversary.
The art of paillonné enamelling, explained.
The auction – a physical one, with human attendees – will take place on June 27 and 28 in Geneva.