Piaget enhances its ultra-thin Altiplano collection with a set of four artisanal Métiers d’art Altiplano Moonphase watches, each displaying a translucent blue enamel sky created by master enameler Anita Porchet.
The four new Piaget Métiers d’art Altiplano Moonphase watches, each representing a different season.
The four Métiers d’art Altiplano Moonphase watches display Chinese constellations, each represented by small white dots and precious stones. At night, hidden SuperLuminova-coated artwork lights up to reveal the moon and the season’s ‘Guardian’ constellation.
Each of the four models is associated with a different Guardian of the season: The Azure Dragon stands for the East and is associated with Spring and wood; the red bird, representing the South, is close to Summer and fire; the white tiger, looking West, is a friend of Autumn and finally, a black turtle (for the North) represents Winter.
On the lower half of each watch, Piaget displays moon rays made of graduated diamonds, sapphires, and garnets. The large moon phase display features a moon window framed with a gold ring set and graduated diamonds. Each 36mm watch is cased in white gold or rose gold with a baguette diamond bezel.
Following two years of work, the new models are among the first in the Altiplano collection to feature a moon phase display. Two additional models, each with mother-of-pearl dials, also debut the moon phase display within Altiplano.
Piaget powers the new series with its 580P Altiplano Manufacture automatic mechanical movement. On the back, you’ll find a deep blue-lacquered moon-shaped oscillating weight.
Each season of the Piaget Métiers d’art Altiplano Moonphase is a limited edition of eight individually numbered timepieces.