Piaget is also one of the few manufactures that have demonstrated consummate skill at jewellery making and watchmaking, its calling card for the latter being ultra-thin movements, watches and at the cutting edge of thinness, fusion of the two.

Altiplano 900D

In 2014, Piaget set a thinnest watch record with its Altiplano 900P, where movement and case became one: the caseback was also the mainplate to which the movement components were affixed. The 900D here is the high jewellery variant, and the world’s thinnest haute joaillerie watch, at just 5.60mm thick. In 38mm white gold case, 304 diamonds (5.77 cts). Manual-wind movement with 48 hours’ power reserve.

Emperador Coussin XL 700P

TO Celebrate the 40th anniversary of its first in-house quartz movement, Piaget has created its first electronic-mechanical hybrid movement: here, a high frequency quartz oscillating at 32,768Hz controls the speed of the generator at 5.33 turns per second that drives the gear train. Self-winding movement with quartz generator, 42 hours’ power reserve. 46.5mm cushion case in white gold. Limited to 118 pieces.

Limelight Stella

36mm, white gold

36mm, pink gold

39mm, haute joaillerie

39mm, haute joaillerie

Self-winding movement with moon phases, 42 hours’ power reserve. 36mm, pink gold or white gold case. Various colours available, with or without diamonds on the bezel. Also available are two haute joaillerie models in 39mm white gold case.

Limelight Gala Milanese

A 1970s classic that was first revisited by Piaget in 2013, the distinctive elongated asymmetrical lugs that hug the sensuous profile of the watch is highlighted by diamonds and matched with Milanese mesh bracelet. 32mm white gold or pink gold case, 62 diamonds (1.75 cts), quartz movement.

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