THE AESTHETICS OF PURITY
Ultra-thin is at the heart of the Maison's culture and history. In the 1950s, Piaget set itself the challenge of creating a revolutionary new watch movement of unheralded thinness. The result, unveiled in Geneva in 1957, was the 9P. At only 2 mm thick, this calibre was universally hailed for the elegance of its profile, its performance and its outstanding reliability.
In the six decades since then, within its Altiplano watch collection, the Maison has continued to create ever more groundbreaking ultra-thin calibres, including hand-wound and automatic, with chronograph and tourbillion complications.
ULTRA-THIN WATCHES IN WHITE GOLD AND DIAMONDS
The culmination of the constant pursuit of ultimate thinness, ultra-thin watches in white gold and diamonds reflect all of Piaget’s watchmaking skill.