A new direction for the Royal Oak The Royal Oak enters its third millennium with a brand new 39mm version, model 15202, which marks a turning point in the history of "Jumbo". This timepiece reinterprets the Royal Oak's aesthetic norms in a freer way, with new dial colors and a returning sapphire caseback. It also features the new guilloché Grande Tapisserie dial, which was introduced in the collection a year ago. Consisting of a larger pyramid base (about 380 for the 39mm dial and about 700 for the Petite Tapisserie), the Grande Tapisserie quickly became the new favorite of the Royal Oak collection in 1993 at a time when the taste for larger models became more common. After the Royal Oak Offshore series was released. Indeed, the diameter of the Royal Oak core range reached 39mm in 2005, compared to 36mm and 35mm in the 1990s and 1980s.
However, the 2000s were not only a return to the origins, but were characterized by cutting-edge designs and mi