New Piaget Limelight Dancing Light Watch - Creative Magic

Nov 07, 2011
Piaget pleases its female customers with its new Limelight Dancing Light watches. The timepiece follows the steps of two iconic ladys watches - the Limelight Magic Hour and Limelight Twice watches introduced respectively in 2007 and 2009.

The initial version of the Limelight Dancing Light watch joined the world of watchmaking in 2010. The model stands out due to its authentic concept case that demonstrates an elegant gem-paved motif swept around the watchs dial.

This year, Piaget offers its female timepiece in three new interpretations. Ladies may choose between tree diamond-embellished models rendered in 18K white gold or pink gold.

With the Limelight Dancing Light Collection, Piaget highlights one of its essential historical design codes.

The case of the pink gold and white gold versions sparkles with 68 brilliant-cut diamonds. The silvered dial catches the glance with its pink gold rotating circle and dial paved with 98 brilliant-cut diamonds. The dial is completed with polished pink gold Roman numerals and index appliqués.

The heart of the Piaget ladys watches is the Piaget 56P quartz movement.
The new Piaget watches are presented on a brown or black satin strap fitted with a pink gold ardillon buckle, also embellished with 15 brilliant-cut diamonds.

The third interpretation of the new Piaget Limelight Dancing Light watch features a white gold case decorated with 52 brilliant-cut diamonds. The most precious dial sparkles with 335 brilliant-cut diamonds. It is also animated by the Piaget 56P quartz movement. The ladies will surely be charmed by the watchs white gold bracelet paved with 522 brilliant-cut diamonds fitted with an integrated folding clasp.


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