The Piaget Emperador Coussin Automatic Tourbillon Ultra-Thin watch
The new Piaget Emperador Coussin Automatic Tourbillon Ultra-Thin watch is entirely in tune with the brand DNA and also sets a new record: that of the word’s thinnest automatic watch, at just 10.4 mm. Deriving its undeniable qualities both from Piaget Calibre 600P – the world’s thinnest hand-wound shaped tourbillon movement – and from Calibre 1208P – the world’s thinnest automatic movement equipped with a micro-rotor – the new Calibre 1270P, Piaget’s first ultra-thin automatic tourbillon movement measuring just 5.55 mm thick, boasts a combination of technical and aesthetic innovations. The daringly contemporary new Piaget Emperador Coussin Automatic Tourbillon Ultra-Thin watch also delights in reversing traditional watch design codes. Crafted in white or pink gold versions, it displays a powerful design and a decidedly avant-garde nature.
The Piaget Limelight Dancing Light Watches
The first Limelight Dancing Light model was introduced in 2010 in the Limelight Jazz Party collection with an elliptical design expressed in gem-set gold. In 2011, this first model was interpreted through three new creations. The ellipse was replaced by an understated and elegant gold circle turning around the dial and forming with the latter’s centre a figure 8 symbolising luck and eternity. Its design evokes a timeless, chic and playful vision of luxury. Two jewellery versions in white and pink gold are set with 181 brilliant-cut diamonds (2 cts), and fitted with a satin strap. A third full-pavé model features a case and dial set with 387 brilliant-cut diamonds (4.9 cts) sublimated by an Haute Joaillerie bracelet clearly stemming from the brand heritage and totalling 552 brilliant-cut diamonds (16.3 cts).
The Piaget Polo Watches
It carries within it the entire history of Piaget. Its legend has doubtless also been forged by its ability to make its way through the decades with brilliant charm and to continue shaping a successful future. The modernised Piaget Polo watch has retained the vintage charm that immediately made it a favourite among members of the international jet-set. Today, the all-gold models are slightly larger and their curves have been redesigned to ensure enhanced comfort on the wrist. Nonetheless, the original spirit is clearly still present, in the perfectly integrated case and bracelet, in the surfaces featuring a rhythmical gadroon motif, as well as in the alternating satin-brushed and polished finishes. The 40 mm-diameter version houses an automatic movement driving a large date display. Crafted in white gold surrounded by 38 diamonds set on the bezel, it also comes fitted with a bracelet set with 130
brilliant-cut diamonds. This dazzling new model represents the new facet of an enduring icon.
The Piaget Altiplano 24mm Watches
Its philosophy of focusing on essentials can be summed up in one word: purity. The 24 mm diameter of the new Piaget Altiplano watch puts it firmly in the category of elegant feminine models. Its softly iridescent white dial bears especially soft-toned hour-markers, and the case circumference sparkles with 48 diamonds. Available in white gold with a white satin strap or in pink gold with a chocolate-toned satin strap, it adds an authentically sophisticated touch while remaining extremely discreet. It is indeed hard to imagine a more graceful and feminine watch.
The timeless Altiplano line plays the duet game in an understated and elegant version synonymous with its inherent finesse. In company of the 34 mm-diameter version, this Piaget Altiplano 38 mm white gold model features a circular pavé dial entirely crafted inside the Manufacture. The quality of the gemsetting, the purity of the design and the refinement of the details — including applied gold hour-markers and an exclusive pin buckle set with a slender row of diamonds — contribute to the absolute elegance of this watch. Set with 836 diamonds, it houses Calibre 430P, making it a benchmark in the arts of watchmaking and jewellery united within a single model.