From the nature that surrounds the Piaget Manufacture in La Côte-aux-Fées to the heart of the movement, the historical and inspiring green color meets the Piaget Polo timepiece in two new models: the Piaget Polo Date and the Piaget Polo Skeleton.
From the early 1960s, green became part of the creative palette. Jade, jasper, malachite and emeralds are sought after by the Maison for their character, and Piaget begins to embellish its most sophisticated creations with stones of this color, making the men’s and women’s collections even more daring. Even today, the Maison’s artisans continue to be inspired by this palette of greens that they bring to life with their savoir faire and creativity, creating bold and elegant timepieces.
This vibrant color characterizes the Piaget Polo Date and Piaget Polo Skeleton models, and gives the collection a bold new hue. The rose gold case contrasts with the green godron motifs of the Piaget Polo Date timepiece dial, while the Piaget Polo Skeleton model features green bridges, which lend new style and light to the architectural lines of the skeleton.
In the art of watchmaking, few techniques are more refined and complex than skeletonization: it involves removing superfluous metal parts from the movement and the dial, to reveal the true beating heart of the watch, in all its mechanical splendor.
Creating a skeletonized watch to achieve exceptional aesthetics requires foresight, confidence and all the skill and experience of numerous experts, who must combine design with reliable functionality. It is a technique for which Piaget has been famous for over half a century.
These two new Piaget Polo editions capture the light in all its beauty, discovering an unexplored expressive territory, for customers who love design, elegance and want to share a bold nuance.