For the first time in the history of the Altiplano collection, Piaget treats these ultra-thin timepieces to a gold bracelet and unveils six refined interpretations at the SIHH 2015. Today we are presenting the pink gold versions.
This new collection beats to the rhythm of a manufacture Piaget 534P mechanical self-winding movement, signalled by the word “Automatic” appearing on the opaline white dial. This calibre drives indications of the hours and minutes and enjoys a 42-hour power reserve. Like all movements from the manufacture, its finishes feature circular Côtes de Genève, a circular-grained mainplate and bevelled bridges.
The traditional mechanism is ideally matched by the contemporary identity of the Altiplano collection. This elegant and urban new Altiplano, available in 34 mm and 38 sizes, is equally suited to men and women. In addition to these two sizes, the Altiplano pink gold versions are offered with a bezel set with 68 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 0.6 ct) or with a more restrained, polished bezel.