Piaget has been making luxury watches since 1874, and since the 1960s has been applying its expertise to fine jewellery with incredible success. Both its watches and jewellery embody the innovative and original craftsmanship of the company that, more than 50 years ago, took the bold decision to only work with precious metals. Watchmaking feats include the ultra-thin Calibre 9P manual-winding movement in 1957, and in 1960 the automatic Calibre 12P movement at 2.3mm - making it the thinnest self-winding movement in the world. The house's ultra slim movements have made an icon of the Altiplano, as it allowed the house to experiment with exotic stone dials in the 1960s - a spirit that fuelled later design audacity such as the Emperador, or the perennially popular Piaget Polo.

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