Complications for collectors

Audemars Piguet and Nymans Ur 1851 invited their customers for an unforgettable opportunity to get familiar with a really complicated movement. One of the last days of November, the gates opened for a fantastic evening with the possibility of actually working on a movement from Audemars Piguet. 

By Britta Rossander

Hens Bagijn from Audemars Piguet and Melissa Shille from Nymans Ur 1851.

Hens Bagijn from Audemars Piguet and Melissa Shille from Nymans Ur 1851.

Ara Abrahamian and Kristian Wahlberg.

Ara Abrahamian and Kristian Wahlberg.

Jesper Marchesini, Johan Byström and Mikael Sjödin.

Jesper Marchesini, Johan Byström and Mikael Sjödin.

Hens Bagijn from Audemars Piguet and Olof Larsson from Nymans Ur 1851.

Hens Bagijn from Audemars Piguet and Olof Larsson from Nymans Ur 1851.

Roland Berglund with Federico Casado from Nymans Ur 1851.

Roland Berglund with Federico Casado from Nymans Ur 1851.

Michel Beziat from Audemars Piguet.

Michel Beziat from Audemars Piguet.

The evening offered the possibility to put the tools to an Audemars Piguet movement under the supervision of the brand’s watchmaker.

The evening offered the possibility to put the tools to an Audemars Piguet movement under the supervision of the brand’s watchmaker.

Anne-Fleur Brusse from Audemars Piguet and Johan Wahlund from Nymans Ur 1851.

Anne-Fleur Brusse from Audemars Piguet and Johan Wahlund from Nymans Ur 1851.

Kristian Wahlberg, Christopher Wermin and Johan Bondebjer.

Kristian Wahlberg, Christopher Wermin and Johan Bondebjer.

Watchmaker Peter Goor from Audemars Piguet.

Watchmaker Peter Goor from Audemars Piguet.