AUDEMARS PIGUET

Canapé Yellow Gold

REF. 14934BA.0.0002.01

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Presenting a certified pre-owned Audemars Piguet Canapé 14934BA in 18k yellow gold with a black leather strap and an 18K yellow gold ardillon buckle. This one-of-a-kind timepiece is part of a limited edition of only 75 pieces. Its cylindrical and straight-curved lugs are particularly appealing, resembling the armrest of an antique high-end sofa. The term "canapé" comes from the French word for sofa.
The two-body solid case measures 45 mm by 28 mm and is 9.6 millimeters thick (lugs included). It has eight 18-karat gold screw backs and a domed sapphire crystal that matches the design of the lugs. The polished "violin scroll" hooded lugs and Art Deco rectangular bezel surround a silver dial with yellow gold applied baton and alternate Arabic numeral hour indices at 12, 2, 4, 8, and 10 o'clock around a perimeter minute track and a subsidiary small-seconds dial at 6 o'clock.

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Audemars Piguet, Canapé, Ref. 14934BA - Twain Time, Inc.

AUDEMARS PIGUET

Audemars Piguet, Canapé Yellow Gold, Ref. 14934BA.0.0002.01

REF. 14934BA.0.0002.01

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Audemars Piguet Founded in 1875 by Jules Audemars and Edward Piguet in Le Brassus, Switzerland, Audemars Piguet has grown into one of the most coveted and respected high-end watchmakers over the last century and a half. Discover Our Pre-Owned AUDEMARS PIGUET Collection - Twain Time

Audemars Piguet

Founded in 1875 by Jules Audemars and Edward Piguet in Le Brassus, Switzerland, Audemars Piguet has grown into one of the most coveted and respected high-end watchmakers over the last century and a half. While Audemars Piguet made a name for itself by mastering watch complications such as the perpetual calendar, today, it is the sporty Royal Oak watch that serves as Audemars Piguet’s flagship watch.

The brainchild of famed watch designer Gerald Genta, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak made its debut in 1972. The Royal Oak was unlike any watch ever created, characterized by an oversized case, an octagonal bezel, an integrated bracelet, and a hobnail patterned “tapisserie” dial. More importantly, however, was the audacity of the first Royal Oak’s price, which was more expensive than gold watches and complicated timepieces, even though the Royal Oak was crafted in utilitarian steel and offered a straightforward time and date dial. The Royal Oak not only became Audemars Piguet’s most important creation, with endless variations offered, but it also established an entirely new genre of watches known as the luxury sports watch. 

In addition to the Royal Oak, other notable Audemars Piguet watches include Royal Oak Offshore, Code 11.59, Millenary, Jules Audemars, and [Re]Master from the current collection, along with vintage models such as the art deco Canapé models, the dressy Ultra-Thin timepieces, and the impressive assortment of traditional high-complication watches.

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