Here we have yet another diamond timepiece that will delight all female customers. Piaget Limelight Blooming Rose Watch with the referent number G0A39182 has just blossomed in the enchanted garden of the Yves Piaget rose!
Swiss manufacturer, Piaget, is one of the leading producer’s in a field of jewelry watches since the late 1950s. That was achieved thanks to the Piaget’s exceptionally daring attitude. For the last few years, models such as Limelight Magic Hour, Limelight Twice and Limelight Dancing Light have become the Piaget’s feminine icons. Today, the exquisite Limelight Blooming Rose Watch joined them. Like other jewelers watches from Piaget, this newcomer epitomizes the brand’s rich creativity and conceptual heritage.
The face of the Piaget Limelight Blooming Rose Watch is in the shape of the Yves Piaget Rose and comes with a twist. Four gem-set petals compose simple, gently cambered curves perfectly suited for everyday wear. Moreover, as if at gloaming to herald an enchanting evening, the flower blooms completely to reveal four new diamond-paved petals. Thanks to an invisible Piaget’s mechanism, the upper case swivels by 45 degrees as desired. This interesting rotation reveals either four or six petals.
The beating heart of this exquisite ladies timepiece is the in-house manufactured Caliber 56P quartz movement that offers an optimal precision and great reliability. The fabulous Limelight Blooming Rose is housed in an elegant 18-karat white gold case which is set with 256 brilliant-cut diamonds (weighing 2.4 carats). The case measures 34mm in diameter and nicely rounds a sleek, black lacquered dial. The watch is accessorized with a black, satin strap fitted with a gem-set pin buckle. The buckle is decorated with 13 grain-set diamonds (approximately weighing 0.1 carats).
This is really a breathtaking watch, and I believe that most of the ladies will be thrilled to wear it on their wrists. We still do not have any information about its price, but considering the fact that the latest creation to blossom in the garden of Yves Piaget rose bushes has 269 brilliant-cut diamonds (totaling 2.5 carats) I can only assume that it will be more suited for those with deeper pockets.