Bvlgari AT40GLTB Anfiteatro Tourbillon 18k Rose Gold (33569)

33569 Bvlgari AT40GLTB Anfiteatro Tourbillon AT 40 GL TB, 18k rose gold case on a strap with a matching 18k rose gold tang buckle, manual wind Bvlgari caliber 9902 TB movement, 75-hour power reserve, silver dial with applied rose gold hour markers and rose gold hands, 60-second exposed tourbillon at 6 o'clock, sapphire crystal, water resistant, diameter: 40mm, thickness: 11mm, Like New with Original Presentation Box, Jewelery Box, and Travel Pouch. MSRP: $88,000.

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This is an 18k rose gold Bvlgari Anfiteatro Tourbillon AT40GLTB. It has an alligator leather strap with a matching 18k rose gold tang buckle, and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. It includes a fluted pull out winding crown, and a solid case back secured with 8 screws, and engraved with "BVLGARI – AT 40 GL TB – FABRIQUE EN SUISSE," and a serial number. The 40mm diameter solid two-body case, angled straight lugs, and convex bezel, are polished. The dial is silver with applied rose gold stick baton hour markers and a Roman numeral at the 12 o'clock position. There is a 60-second open tourbillon at 6 o'clock, and it has gold stick baton hands. There is Florentine gold double-signed Bvlgari rehaut on the perimeter. It has a 75-hour power reserve at full winding, it's water resistant to 30 meters/100 feet, and the 11mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed.

This Bvlgari Anfiteatro Tourbillon AT40GLTB has a mechanical manual winding Bvlgari caliber 9902 TB movement. The mechanism oscillates at a frequency of 21,600 vph (3 Hz).

The Bvlgari Anfiteatro Tourbillon AT40GLTB was introduced in 1994. Anfiteatro refers to the ancient Green amphitheaters because of the inner concave bezel.