Dancer and traditional watches: Piaget, consummate craftsmanship in gold
Sublimely graceful, the Dancer collection is imbued with all the elegance of a truly timeless luxury watch. -+
The Piaget Dancer luxury watch brings together the Manufacture’s consummate watchmaking and jewelry-crafting skills
The perfectly circular bezel decorated with double gadroons, the pared-down dial encircled by alternating single and double indexes, the rounded sapphire crystal glass, the bracelet with dumb-bell shaped links – these are the features that make this gold watch an absolute classic. An outstanding feat of watchmaking driven by the extremely fine 430P movement, the Dancer watch also pays tribute to Piaget’s manufacturing spirit. Fashioned entirely in rose, white or yellow gold, the bracelet slowly takes shape in the deft hands of the Maison’s craftspeople, who form, polish, sand and assemble the links one by one until a bracelet emerges that is perfectly integrated into its case.
An absolute must-have for lovers of vintage watches, the Tradition line combines the origins of two areas of expertise in the realm of luxury watchmaking that are emblematic of Piaget: ultra-thin movements and the craft of chainsmithery. This deliciously retro gold watch is eternally stylish, no matter what current fashion may dictate. Its fine contours were designed to show off the 430P movement (derived from the original 1957 ultra-thin movement, the 9P) and are perfectly enhanced by the iconic bracelet made up of gold threads, twisted and soldered to the links.