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  • Manufacturer: Richard Mille
    Year: Circa 2010
    Reference No: RM010 AI WG
    Movement No: 082***
    Case No: 23**
    Material: 18K white gold
    Calibre: Automatic, cal. RM-AS7, 32 jewels
    Bracelet/Strap: Leather
    Clasp/Buckle: 18K white gold Richard Mille deployant clasp
    Accessories: Accompanied by Richard Mille travel pouch and service booklet dated 2020.

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    Richard Mille

    Swiss • 1999

    Established in 1999, Richard Mille's ultra-modern timepieces combine cutting-edge materials from high performance worlds such as Formula 1 racecars with high-end traditional watchmaking. The brand's revolutionary designs, technical breakthroughs and exceptional hand-finishing excite even the most discriminating collectors, and have positioned Richard Mille alongside the top makers of the modern luxury watch world.

    Innovative watches, such as the RM 027 Tourbillon, which was the world’s lightest mechanical watch when introduced in 2011, have helped the brand invert the concept of the luxury watch. Key models include the RM 009 Tourbillon cased in Aluminum Silicon Carbide (AlSiC), the RM 027-02 Tourbillon made for tennis star Rafael Nadal with a case made from quartz and carbon fiber and the RM 008 split seconds chronograph.

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Ref. RM010 AI WG
Released in 2006, the RM010 has since become one of the most sought-after models due to its iconic traits and design. Featuring a fully skeletonized movement, the aesthetical attributes certainly pays its homage to the firm’s philosophy. Manufactured by one of the most respected movement manufacturers in the trade, Vaucher, the base is in fact the same used in the RM011 chronograph.Representing one of the purest forms of Richard Mille timepieces, the RM010 will most likely go down in the firm’s history as one of the quintessential models launched.Offered from the original owner and unworn since a major service by the brand in 2020 the watch is accompanied by International Service Booklet and travel pouch.

Circa 2010

Price £125,000