Diamond times with the new Piaget Limelight Diamonds jewellery watches

Embellishing time is a Piaget speciality, and the new high jewellery Limelight Diamonds watches are testimony to the Swiss luxury maison’s refined taste.

The new Piaget Limelight Diamonds watches have been directly inspired by the shape of diamond solitaires, creating something truly glamorous for the wrist.

Since the early 1960s, Piaget has married the domains of high watchmaking and high jewellery to create some of the most memorable jewellery watches in the world.

Leading ladies of the day, including Jackie Kennedy, Sophia Loren and Mireille Mathieu, all proudly flaunted their Piaget jewellery watches, and the story continues with the new Piaget Limelight Diamonds watches - elegant high jewellery watches that follow in the scintillating wake of Piaget's Limelight collection. The twist here is that the two models have been directly inspired by the shape of solitaire diamonds.  

Fully in tune with the 21st century woman, Piaget conceives these watches as a way for women to regale themselves with something special. Dressed to the nines or dressed down, these new Piaget watches add a touch of luxury to every minute of the day.

Described as "solitaires of watchmaking", the Limelight Diamonds oval-shaped case - measuring a petite 28 x 23mm - echoes the shape of the classic solitaire diamond while the rectangular case - a dainty 15 x 31mm - mirrors the shape of an emerald-cut diamond. Crafted in white gold and set with over 1.00 carat of brilliant-cut diamonds on the bezel, you can choose between a sleek black lacquer dial or a white gold dial fully set with pavé diamonds.

In true black tie style, the feminine black satin strap has been enhanced with a gold ardillon buckle set with a single diamond.


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