Tourbillon, mechanical, white gold, diamonds
The extraordinary 600P movement, the world’s thinnest tourbillon, is dressed up like a true star. Thanks to the wonderful interplay between baguette-cut and brilliant-cut diamonds, the straight lines of the bezel contrast strikingly with the curves of the case, while the hour markers stand out from the case back. At the centre appears the tourbillon and, on a shimmering mother-of-pearl background, the power-reserve indicator.
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Piaget Emperador tourbillon watch, 36 x 46 mm. Case in 18K white gold set with 36 baguette-cut diamonds (approx. 2.8 ct) and 421 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 3.7 ct). Mother-of-pearl dial set with 166 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 0.6 ct) with hour markers set with 11 baguette-cut diamonds (approx. 1 ct). Crown set with one brilliant-cut diamond (approx. 0.02 ct). Folding-clasp buckle set with 26 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 0.4 ct). An entirely gem-set case back with a small sapphire crystal case back on the back of the Tourbillon carriage. Manufacture Piaget 600P hand-wound movement with power-reserve indicator, the thinnest mechanical flying tourbillon movement in the world (3.5 mm thick).
Manufacture Piaget 600P hand-wound movement with power-reserve indicator, the thinnest mechanical flying tourbillon movement in the world (3.5 mm thick).
- Type : Mechanical hand-wound
- Shape : Rectangular
Functions : Seconds, Hours, Minutes, Power reserve indicator at 6 o'clock
Technical features : Flying tourbillon at 12 o'clock, Titanium carriage
Power reserve (in hours) : Approx. 44
- Frequency (vph) : 21,600
- Frequency (Hz) : 3
Diameter (lines) : 12.75 X 10
- Diameter (mm) : 28.6 x 22.4
- Number of jewels : 24
- Thickness (mm) : 3.5
- Number of components : 177
Finishing : Bridges circular-grained, drawn and bevelled by hand, Mainplate circular-grained by hand, Carriage bevelled and drawn by hand, Blued screws, Circular Côtes de Genève