Piaget has added six models with gold bracelets to its ultra-thin Piaget Altiplano collection. The new models come in rose- or white-gold versions with polished gold bracelets. There are two case sizes: 34 mm or 38 mm, available with polished or gem-set bezels. Shown here, the larger model in white gold with a bezel set with 78 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 0.7 carats) and an opaline white dial with slate-gray hour markers. The watch contains a Piaget 534P self-winding movement. Price as shown: $40,700.
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As a matter of fact, this version of the Hermès Arceau Petite Lune has diamonds on the bezel and an interchangeable bracelet for women.What’s more, it has a self-winding movement with a Dubois Dépraz “small moon” module. And the mother-of-pearl dial shows hours, minutes, date at 6 o’clock, and moon-phase at 10:30. The 38-mm stainless-steel case is set with 60 diamonds (approx. 1.0 carat) and has a sapphire caseback.Also, it is available with no diamonds on the bezel. As shown: $17,800.
Unsurprisingly, one watch to hold the eye hostage this year comes from Audemars Piguet’s striking all-oval collection, the Millenary. This member of watchmaking’s Holy Trinity offers no compromises for women with its Millenary Chalcedony Tourbillon watch. UnlikeCartier’s contemporary take on the skeleton watch, this one leans towards classicism, though Audemars Piguet does choose to incorporate its own unique touch with the chalcedony mainplate (the blue element seen in the pictures).