Audemars Piguet on show in Milan

Audemars Piguet orologio da tasca in oro giallo con calendario perpetuo e fasi di luna
Audemars Piguet yellow gold pocket watch with perpetual calendar and moon phases

From 21 to 25 April, Palazzo Clerici in Milan will host the exhibition "Audemars Piguet from the past to the present. The history of a great Manufacture". On display are the most significant watches that have marked the history not only of the brand (active since 1875), but of watchmaking, and which are currently housed at the Audemars Piguet Museum in Le Brassus. The exhibition offers the opportunity to admire historical pieces of the Maison, such as the Grande Complication, and to retrace the key periods and trends of the last century: the Roaring Twenties and Art Deco, the Sixties and shape watches, the radical changes of the Seventies and the birth of Royal Oak. But also the most important and significant pieces of recent years and current collections, such as the ChronAP with Audemars Piguet escapement, the Jules Audemars jumping minute and hour repeater, the Equation of Time and the chronograph with tourbillon and minute repeater.

The exhibition will be open to the public from 21 to 25 April, from 10 am to 7 pm, with visits by appointment only.

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