Limelight Gala Lady’s Watch - New Piaget Icon

Dec 17, 2012
Piaget is proud to present its new Limelight Gala lady’s watch. The novelty has been inspired by the brand’s vintage model introduced back in 1973.

The new Limelight Gala lady’s watch, best described as brilliant, vibrant and seductive, draws our attention to the 1960s, the period when the brand created dazzling jewelry watches for elegant ladies of the time. The timepiece gives a feeling of glamorous chic, with its charming aesthetics, sensual curves and precious gem-setting.

The highly feminine watch demonstrates a round case with two elegantly extended lugs. The bezel is paved with a row of progressively sized brilliant-cut diamonds.

The Limelight Gala watch has been unveiled in two precious versions. The case of both models measures 32 mm in diameter and is sculptured from 18K white gold and adorned with 62 brilliant-cut diamonds.

The pure, understated silvered dial of the first variation of the Piaget lady’s watch is completed with black Roman numerals and further accentuates the watch’s aura of absolute femininity. The case embraces the wrist with a refined black satin strap. It is fitted with an ardillon buckle set with one brilliant-cut diamond.

The 18K white gold dial of the second variation sparkles with 228 brilliant-cut diamonds. The gently powerful look of the lady’s watch is further enhanced with an 18K white gold bracelet paved with 451 brilliant-cut diamonds.

Both models are animated by a reliable quartz movement - Piaget 690P.

It is worth mentioning that the creation of the new Piaget Limelight Gala lady’s watch was entirely performed in-house within the Manufacture Piaget – starting with the first sketch to the designing, shaping and finishing of the case.

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