Audemars Piguet openworked timepieces date back to the 1920s, and the latest watch is replete with an audaciously aesthetic design.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin Openworked Watch is made up of 216 intricate parts that make it equally handsome and practical. Now available in 18-carat yellow gold and glare-proof sapphire crystal, it’s powered by a hand-finished, slate gray openworked dial placed in vertical alignment with the tourbillon. The yellow gold hour-markers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating have a 70-hour power reserve to keep it functioning through the week.

In case you were wondering, the piece is water-resistant up to 20 meters, but you’d be a fool to touch water with $241,000 wrist candy.