Tourbillon relatif, mechanical, white gold, diamonds
By exerting its twin vocation as a watchmaker and jeweller, Piaget immerses us in a dreamlike atmosphere. Mystery reigns supreme with the Tourbillon Relatif. Suspended from one end of the minutes hand that leads it into an ever-spinning dance, it appears to be actually independent from the movement. A masterful demonstration of watchmaking and jewellery expertise that embodies the brand’s two key skills. The jewellers create sparkling compositions with brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds to recreate the Piaget Polo aesthetic in a truly striking manner.
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Piaget Polo tourbillon watch, 47 mm. Case in 18K white gold set with 58 baguette-cut diamonds (approx. 4.4 ct) and 623 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 13 ct). grey mother-of-pearl dial with hour markers set with 72 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 0.1 ct). Crown set with one brilliant-cut diamond (approx. 0.3 ct) and 12 baguette-cut diamonds (approx. 0.6 ct). Buckle set with 7 baguette-cut diamonds (approx. 0.8 ct) and 18 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 0.4 ct). Manufacture Piaget 608P hand-wound tourbillon relatif mechanical movement. Numbered edition.
Manufacture Piaget 608P hand-wound tourbillon relatif mechanical movement.
- Type : Mechanical hand-wound
- Shape : Round
Functions : Hours, Minutes
Technical features : Flying tourbillon positioned on the minutes hand, Double rotation on its own axis once every minute, Double rotation around the dial every hour, Titanium carriage, Double barrel
Power reserve (in hours) : Approx. 80
- Frequency (vph) : 21,600
- Frequency (Hz) : 3
Diameter (lines) : 11.50
- Diameter (mm) : 25.6
- Number of jewels : 27
- Thickness (mm) : 3.3
- Number of components : 163
Finishing : Mainplate circular-grained by hand, Carriage bevelled and drawn by hand, Blued Screws, Engraved Coat of arms, Bridges circular-grained, drawn and bevelled by hand, Circular Côtes de Genève