When it first introduced the Royal Oak in 1972, Audemars Piguet shook up the established world of haute horology. With its unorthodox octagonal bezel and exposed screws, the Royal Oak defied convention and came across as a bold and sexy sports watch. The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore watch was launched in 1993 and incorporated unconventional materials in a beefed-up case. This Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore ladies' watch succeeds in combining the silhouette and vigour of the Offshore with a feminine aesthetic that plays with textures, combining rose gold with diamonds and rubber. The 37mm rose gold case features the iconic octagonal bezel, which is set with diamonds between the exposed screws. The white waffle-textured dial features central rose gold hour and minute hands with applied rose gold hour batons. The watch is presented on a white rubber strap.