In 1957, Piaget launched the first manual-winding mechanical movement 9P with a thickness of only 2 mm, setting a record for the world’s thinnest mechanical movement. It also set off an ultra-thin revolution in the watch industry. Men’s watches with complex functions and women’s watches with design sense open up endless possibilities. With the opportunity of 9P, a model of ultra-thin movement, Piaget was able to release endless creativity, and based on this, inlaid a variety of hard stones and precious stones, and decorated the case, dial or bracelet. Turned into art.
Mastering all the top technologies for making jewellery and fine jewelry, Piaget assembled gemologists, jewellery masters, goldsmiths, and gem inlayers, combined their superb craftsmanship and applied it to creations, and enjoyed amazing creativity and wild imagination. Turn watch after watch with gorgeous diamonds, sapphires, rubies, or emeralds into brilliant jewelry on your wrist. Since the 1970s, Piaget has become synonymous with trendsetters and countless celebrity-loving brands, shining brightly on the wrists of celebrities like Jackie Kennedy and Elizabeth Taylor. The unique combination of original and unique design and sophisticated craftsmanship has enabled Piaget to create truly outstanding works that are still popular today. Throughout the watch industry, only a few well-known brands can rely on the power of their own watch factories to complete the design, R & D and production by master craftsmanship, and finally modify each step. As one of the few brands with a gem department and fine jewelry workshops, Piaget has one of the largest workshops in Geneva, where more than three million precious stones have been set and produced by Piaget’s gem masters.