Born in the 1970s, a period marked by liberty, audacity and extravagance, the Limelight Gala bracelet in Milanese mesh bears witness to Piaget’s distinctive style, just like the cufflinks or necklaces. A strong stylistic grammar that seduced the jetset and the stars of the time
Carried by the creative spirit of the house, then under the leadership of Yves Piaget, it symbolizes the immutable elegance of the feminine. Moreover, it affirms the wish of Piaget to create watches totally dedicated to women.
Revisited a first time in 2013 on satin bracelet, it is presented this year – exclusively in gold with movement quartz – in its voluptuous proportions with a bracelet in Milanese mesh of beauty.
Sometimes sculpted, sometimes worked as a textile offering its fluidity and flexibility to a bracelet, gold at Piaget asserts itself as the queen material. A metal whose home made one of its distinctive features. Under the aegis of Gérald and Valentin, the third generation Piaget, the decision was made in 1957 to manufacture watches made of precious metals, gold and platinum, set with or without precious stones, so that the wrapping of its Timepiece is at the height of its movements.
A distinctive identity that the “jeweler of watchmaking” reaffirms in the course of its collections (knitting, twisting, tigettes, etc.) with a unique mastery and a sense of detail pushed to its paroxysm. Perfectly integrated in the case, the Milanese mesh bracelet plays the perfect match with the bezel with asymmetrical elongated horns set with diamonds.
The material is supple, fluid, silky, shimmering on the skin. Comfort is always exceptional. Thanks to a sliding buckle, as simple to manipulate as a pin buckle, the size of the bracelet is made to the millimeter by the customer.