Tourbillon skeleton movement
In the skeleton version, Piaget’s flying tourbillon, the thinnest of its kind at just 3.5 millimeters, reveals its poetry in movement. Piaget’s engineers, designers and master watchmakers are constantly driven to surpass themselves and to push back the limits of their own achievement. They put in 12 extra months to create this light, refined, spectacular variation on the most emblematic complication movement of them all. The guilloché sunray pattern radiates from the tourbillon carriage, divided into 60 segments for each of the seconds in a minute. Its design has become a classic. The diamond-set variation is unique in the world. Never before have movement bridges sparkled so brilliantly in gold set with precious stones. This is the ultimate expression of the art of combining watchmaking and jewelry expertise. Each skeleton tourbillon movement, protected by multiple patents, is assembled and encased by the same master watchmaker.