Audemars Piguet has had great success with the Royal Oak Pride of Russia timepiece, a beautiful 18-karat rose gold limited edition watch made as a tribute to Russia for for their remarkable contributions to the arts, culture and sciences. Now Audemars Piguet has released the Royal Oak Pride of China timepiece. The Pride of China is a stunning watch made in a combination of stainless steel and 18-karat pink gold, the design of the watch was inspired from China's Great Wall - one of the seven wonders of the world. An image of the Great Wall can be seen on the beautifully engraved case-back. This limited edition watch will be produced to only 250 pieces.

The stainless steel case measures 39mm in diameter. It stainless steel is accented with 18-karat pink gold which was used for the octagonal bezel, winding crown, and for two rows of vertical links in the bracelet. 18K white gold is also present as it was used for the hexagonal screws used to secure the bezel. The silver dial features a grand tapisserie motif in the center section. In addition to hour, minute, and second displays the dial also has moon phases and power reserve indicators as well as a circular counter for the date display at 6 o'clock. A sapphire crystal protects the dial from damage. The case-back includes the engraved scene of the Great Wall of China and the inscription “Royal Oak Pride Of China Limited Edition”.

The Royal Oak Pride of China watch features the 3123 caliber, a self-winding movement which is a variation of the 3120 caliber – a caliber used in many of the brands Royal Oak watches. The movement beats at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour, has a 60-hour power reserve, and provides a sweep seconds function. The water resistance for the Pride of China is rated to 50 meters.

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