Piaget uses the Emperador Coussin diamond self-winding skeleton tourbillon extraordinary treasure watch, and then displays peak clocks and jewellery, re-interpreting two major artistic achievements in a unique way. The new watch breaks the technical conventions and becomes the only skeletonized watch in the watch market with a full baguette diamond inlay. The ultra-thin design is cleverly equipped with a suspension tourbillon system. Piaget sublimates the brand’s fearless style, inlaid beautiful diamonds on the front and back of each functional component of the ultra-thin self-winding tourbillon movement 1270D, and illuminates the brand-new extraordinary watch with brilliant diamonds. The exquisite finishing of the watch is hand-filed and polished by craftsmen, and it is an extraordinary work of art with the movement device.
Piaget Manufacture has interpreted the art of time in a superb and original way since 1874, and has written many wonderful chapters in the history of Swiss watchmaking. It has launched many classic watches and established two distinguished titles in the early 1960s: Advanced The master of ultra-thin watches in the watch industry and the top gem master in the fine jewelry industry. Piaget’s watch factory in La Côte-aux-Fées stands alone in the world of ultra-thin movements, while the watch factory in Plan-les-Ouates specializes in manufacturing jewellery and cases. The two watch factories have mastered the two superb craftsmanship in the watch industry. Piaget was able to use its creativity to create a variety of precision mechanical treasures with fine gold and diamonds, setting numerous brilliant milestones in the world of fine watchmaking.
Piaget Emperador Coussin watch
In 2005, Piaget launched the first hollow-out movement 600D with diamonds. Today, Piaget has reinvented itself, combining such a superb mechanical movement with a tourbillon device that pays attention to subtle clock technology, and once again set the ultra-thin record of the movement project with a thickness of only 3.5 mm. The shape of the movement is unique. It is equipped with various hollow-set diamond-moving components to remove all complicated functions. The simple and refined line breaks the ultra-thin record of its own movement category with streamlined simple lines. Following the 838D movement with a thickness of only 3.1 mm and 3.0 mm After the 1200D movement, it set another brilliant record.
The result of extraordinary design and outstanding creativity
The inlaying of diamonds into the functional components of the ultra-thin skeletonized movement is an extremely delicate and meticulous process, and only Piaget can master this skill in the world. Piaget broke the technical boundaries again today. With its fearless spirit and extensive and profound technology, it launched the Emperador Coussin watch with an automatic skeletonized tourbillon with diamonds. The bright rectangular diamonds are cleverly coiled around the suspension tourbillon frame and the automatic oscillating weight to piece together the lucky number ‘8’. The smooth and natural arcs are carefully carved by Piaget’s ingenious craftsmen. Each diamond is according to the setting position. Re-cut to create a natural flowing curve.
The new watch’s movement and automatic rotor are paved with rectangular diamonds. The movement is made of 14K fine gold, while the automatic rotor is cast in platinum to enhance the rotating effect. Given that platinum is softer than fine gold, diamond setting is more difficult, and the technology required for the stone setting process is correspondingly improved.
The manufacturing process of the 1270D movement is full of various challenges. In addition to the above-mentioned diamond setting skills, it also conceals another technical challenge that pioneered Piaget’s history. As both the bridge and the plate are paved with diamonds, 71 baguette diamonds (approximately 1.1 carats) and 561 round diamonds (1.8 carats) shine on the front and back of the functional component, making the compact movement a unique art. Crystallization, showing three types of diamond setting techniques at the same time: track-guided inlays for rectangular cut diamonds, grain inlays for round diamonds, and ‘stacked’ inlays.
Hollow movement 1270D with rectangular diamonds
The count displayed superb craftsmanship on the bridge. Inlaid diamonds on the two sides of the bridge, which is only a few centimeters, are an exquisite workmanship. Only the most experienced craftsmen in the contemporary era can use ‘stacking inlay’ technology. Piaget pushes the limits of technology even further. Some of the screws of the 1270D movement are inlaid with diamonds. All of the diamond-studded screws have to be specially designed to remain firm while being lined with beautiful diamonds.
Piaget’s gem-setters in Piaget are all veteran masters in stone setting. They have excellent technology to challenge the complicated process of setting stones in a 14K gold hollow movement with a thickness of only 6 mm. Each movement is the result of 47 hours of inlaying by the craftsman. The process is long and meticulous. Each action of the craftsman is delicate and accurate, and there is no room for loss. To minimize the error, each component of the movement can run smoothly. .
Extremely bright light
The new watch bears witness to Piaget’s insistence that ‘always do better than required’. Each movement component is polished and polished with the ultimate craftsmanship, showing a dazzling light and shining with the bright diamond light. The movement is decorated with Piaget’s famous hand-crafted details, including diamonds on the polished machine plate and the bridge, and craftsmen use files to add hand-chamfered ornaments, as well as automatic oscillating weights with polished diamonds. Knife-by-sword carving of solar radiation or mirror-polished gears, mirror-polished closed-hole screw posts, mirror-polished hand-chamfered clockwork barrels, and hand-chamfered tourbillon frame bridges carved with files. The 1270P movement perfectly interprets the characteristics of the 1270 movement, hand-carved with a file and mirror-polished to create an outstanding complex retouch. The mirror polishing marks the most difficult art of watchmaking. The craftsman polishes the surface of the movement components in a circular motion to form a smooth and flawless surface, shining deep black light. The polishing process pays attention to patience and exquisite handwork, and can not tolerate the slightest error, because even small defects will leave indelible marks on the surface of the component.
Dazzling diamond-inlaid movement and case
Piaget devoted itself to the design and manufacture of complex movements, and created an integrated case for the movement. In order to continue the tradition of many years, Piaget once again combined the technology of its two major watch factories to create the most gorgeous movement in the history of the brand in more than three years, showing the perfect technology. The watchmaker of La Côte-aux-Fées watch factory spent three years in close cooperation with the case developers and gem-setters, and condensed this self-winding skeleton tourbillon movement paved with rectangular diamonds. 6 mm pillow case.
To create this technological achievement, Piaget reshaped the classic 1270P self-winding tourbillon movement with 14K gold, and then hollowed out the structure of the movement, without fear of the added difficulty for the setting process of the functional components. To invert the original structure of the 1270P movement and preserve the original characteristics of the movement at the same time, it is a major initiative in the high-end watch industry. It is extremely difficult and requires meticulous craftsmanship. The front of the movement can see the rectangular diamonds and magnificent bridges on the automatic rotor. The eccentric tourbillon and the minute and second hands add elegance to the watch. The tourbillon engraved with the Earl’s ‘P’ logo is light and delicate, floating in the air, dancing and dancing at 2 o’clock. The entire tourbillon device consists of 42 parts, including three titanium bridges, and weighs only 0.2 grams. The round diamond-paved panel shines through the sapphire caseback.
The Emperador Coussin watch’s white gold case is stylish and beautiful. It perfectly matches the arc of the 1270D movement. The surface is paved with diamonds. It dazzles the case and highlights the watch’s unique beauty. The case is a gem-inlaid masterpiece that echoes the luxurious design of the movement. The stone-setting process alone takes 136 hours, paved with no less than 794 diamonds (15.2 carats), rectangular, round and emerald. The cut diamonds shine on the bezel, the sides of the case, the lugs and the crown. The buckle and strap are also decorated with 24 rectangular diamonds (1.7 carats).
Emperador Coussin automatic winding skeleton tourbillon watch with extraordinary diamonds. The movement, case and strap are inlaid with a total of 1,450 diamonds for a total of 19.8 carats. The design is graceful and magnificent, magnificent and brilliant, perfectly embodying Piaget’s horology Surging enthusiasm.