An iconic creation
The Piaget Altiplano celebrates its 60th anniversary.
PIAGET revolutionised the watchmaking world in 1957 by launching the ultra-thin Altiplano. To mark its 60th anniversary, the brand is now releasing a limited edition collection of the timepiece.
One of the designs includes, for the very first time a tourbillon – the noblest of watch complications. Others are embellished with a range of visually vibrant and gorgeous colours.
Two new models – one manual-winding and the other self-winding – are inspired by the aesthetic characteristics of the first Piaget watches: a historical logo, applied gold hour-markers and a central cross.
There are even models that come adorned with either a turquoise or opal face. These hark back to one of Piaget’s most-celebrated style signatures: flamboyant hard stone dials.
Altiplano natural turquoise dial (left) and Altiplano opal dial.
Altiplano 40mm patinated dial in grey, blue and green.
Altiplano Tourbillon High Jewellery
Altiplano ManualWinding 38mm