Piaget updates the iconic Piaget Polo Date and the Piaget Polo Skeleton in an alluring new shade of green.
From jade and jasper to malachite and emeralds, the hue of green has been cherished by Piaget for its individuality and endless inspiration since the early 1960s. This historically significant shade now defines the latest additions to the Piaget Polo collection with its recognizable cushion-shaped dial, brought to life in the form of the Piaget Polo Date and the Piaget Polo Skeleton.
A rose gold case is contrasted with the signature green-hued godrons patterns of the dial of the Piaget Polo Date. You won’t miss the engraved Piaget coat of arms on the slate grey oscillating weight. At only 9.4mm thick, this slim beauty houses the 1110P self-winding Manufacture mechanical movement with a power reserve of about 50 hours, under a sapphire caseback. Paired with the matching green alligator strap, it is versatile enough to oscillate between the boardroom and the dining room.
For a more subtle touch of green, watch how this energetic colour infuses the Piaget Polo Skeleton crafted with green bridges. The Maison has long been recognised for its expertise in skeletonisation – the intricate horological art of reducing dials and movements to their bare minimum to reveal the beating heart of a mechanical watch. Attaining that level of exceptional aesthetics requires skilled specialists that can meld design with functionality. Piaget has mastered that fine expression of horological excellence.
The Piaget Polo Skeleton, a boutique exclusive, sports a 42mm stainless case at a mere 6.5mm thickness. The steel perfectly brings out the green of the 1200S1 Skeleton self-winding Manufacture calibre with a power reserve of approximately 44 hours. Allow the skeletonization to stand out with the steel bracelet or pair it with the interchangeable green alligator strap for a more pronounced colour expression.
Celebrate life and the power of nature with this vibrant shade of green inspired by the vibrant nature surrounding the Piaget manufacture.
Images courtesy of Piaget, artwork by Curatedition. All rights reserved.