Audemars Piguet Millenary QEII Cup 2013 Limited Edition Watch

To commemorate the 17th anniversary of the Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup in Hong Kong, the prestigious Swiss watchmaker launched a limited series of a stunning jewelry model, demonstrating a breathtaking blend of a classic elegance, top-end luxury and mechanical perfection. Only 100 pieces of the new Millenary QEII Cup 2013 Limited Edition replica watch will be officially presented at the end of April, alongside with the run of the renowned equestrian event in Hong Kong.  
It was the cushion-shaped model from the Classic collection that celebrated the Queen Elizabeth II Cup last year. For this year’s jubilee, Audemar Piguet depended on its contemporary line that brings together neo-classical aesthetics and the pure oval form of Coliseum in Rome. The new Millenary QEII Cup 2013 Limited Edition watch goes perfectly in line with the spirit of the prestigious event that takes place each spring at the Sha Tin Racecourse in Hong Kong, gathering royalty and high-class from worldwide.
Its 18-carat white gold case together with its buckles comes adorned with 339 brilliant-cut diamonds, aesthetically arranged in two rows. You may wrong if you think that this is the most spectacular part of the watch. Not only that its dial features another fabulous set of sparkling stones, but also it showcases the great expertise of the brand’s designers.
Composed of the silvered guilloche gold outer part with printed Arabic numerals in different sizes and a diamond-paved off-centered disc with stylish Roman numerals, this exquisite dial represents a modern reinterpretation of the timeless elegance. White gold numerals, as well as central hands are blackened to match a hand-stitched black crocodile leather strap, making a beautiful contrast with a diamond-set surrounding. The amazing strap comes with a diamond-set 18 karat white gold pin buckle.
The replica Audemars Piguet Millenary QEII Cup 2013 watch is powered by a Manufacture Calibre 3120 self-winding mechanism. Visible through a sapphire crystal case-back, this wonderful movement oscillates at the frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour and provides up to 60 hours of power reserve.
The first Queen Elizabeth II Cup was held back in 1975 so as to commemorate a visit to Hong Kong by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip. The famous Swiss watchmaker has been sponsoring this international equestrian circle that brings together top-tier jockeys, horse owners and trainers from around the Globe ever since 1999.