Encircled with nature and within the heart of the movement, the historically iconic color green in and around the Piaget Manufacture of La Côte-aux-Fées meets the Piaget Polo in two new models – the Piaget Polo Date and the Piaget Polo Skeleton.
The Maison’s Connection To Green
Green would emerge to play a major role in the creative palette in the early 1960s. The Maison sought jade, jasper, malachite, and emeralds for their rarity, and Piaget began to embellish its most refined masterpieces with stones of this color, adding an extra touch of bravado to both masculine and feminine collections. The artists at the Maison still find inspiration in this green palette aesthetic today, something their savoir-faire and creativity bring to life.
The Piaget Polo Date and Piaget Polo Skeleton models are imbued with this vivid color, elevating the collection to a deeper shade of audacity. The Piaget Polo Skeleton has been composed of green bridges, introducing a contemporary style and light to the skeleton’s architectural lines. This watch contrasts the green-hued godrons patterns of the dial with a rose gold casing.
A Skeleton Watch In All Its Glory
Horological art is seldom finer represented than skeletonization—the meticulously intricate stripping away of dials and movements to expose the watch’s mechanical heart in all its mechanical splendor.
In order to consolidate design with reliable operation, making a skeleton watch that achieves extraordinary aesthetics demands confidence, vision, and the great talent and experience of many experts. For this genre, Piaget has established a reputation for more than fifty years.
The beauty of the two new Piaget Polo editions emerges into the spotlight, extending the collection’s expressive potential for trend-setters who value style, refinement, and the freedom to express their individual brand of bold.
Piaget Polo, share your shade of bold.