If you want to witness how your watch works right before your very eyes, then you need to invest in the Piguet Millenary Minute Repeater.
Initially Minute Repeaters were first crafted in the 17th Century to help consumers tell time in the dark or if they were visually impaired. 400 years later, and this intricate and beautifully detailed timepiece is still kicking it. Dressed in rose gold, this watch features an AP escapement and mechanical brilliance exposed for the buyers eye. The three dimensional structure accents the double balance spring that strikes mechanisms and gongs within the timepiece. This watch brings together modern watchmaking with traditional craftsmanship making this piece a vibrantly vintage watch.
The Piguet Millenary watch is priced at $496,800, showing that old fashion comes at a new cost.