Audemars Piguet has unveiled its first ever self-winding Royal Oak with a flying tourbillon.

There are three models in the range of 41mm watches that have cases, bezels and integrated bracelets in stainless steel with a smoked blue tapisserie dial; titanium with sandblasted slate grey dial; and 18ct pink gold with a smoked grey sunburst tapisserie dial.

The automatic Calibre 2950 flying tourbillon movement with decorations such as Côtes de Genève, satin-brushing, snailing and hand-polished chamfers, can be seen from the dial side and through a sapphire glass exhibition case back.

Also this week, Audemars Piguet has unveiled two new models in its Code 11.59 range, both using the same Calibre 2950 automatic flying tourbillon movement with a central rotor.

Both have gold dials presented with a blend of crushed aventurine glass and grand feu enamel designed to look like a starry blue or black night sky.

The blue-dialed model comes with 18ct white gold hands, markers and case while the black model uses pink gold.

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