7 New Piaget Watches in Gorgeous Green
Piaget watches got their start in the lush green land of Côte-Aux-Fées in France, where Georges-Edouard Piaget set up his first watchmaking workshop in the family farmhouse.
The vibrant colors of the surrounding landscape—particularly the verdant greens that symbolize life and rebirth with their brilliant freshness—have always inspired the legendary Piaget watches.
In the early 1960s, green became essential to Piaget’s creative palette, emerging in sophisticated designs that highlighted all shades of the color’s spectrum. Jade, malachite, jasper, and emeralds were among the precious stones and materials sought by the brand’s artisans for their rich, multifaceted hues.
Today, Piaget is still inspired by the beautiful green palette for its exceptional pieces, building on a tradition of watchmaking honed over generations. Delight a loved one or yourself this holiday season with one of these 7 stunning new Piaget watches, each in a unique shade of green.
Piaget Polo Date
A rose gold case creates a beautiful contrast with the dark green godrons patterns of the dial and alligator strap in the Piaget Polo Date, a refined take on the distinctive Polo line launched in 1979. The classic watch shows an engraved Piaget coat of arms on the slate grey oscillating weight and is powered by a 1110P self-winding Manufacture mechanical movement.
Piaget Polo Skeleton
The art of combining a skeletonized movement with exceptional aesthetics shines in the architectural Piaget Polo Skeleton watch. The green skeleton caliber makes a unique statement within the stainless steel case, while interchangeable options of steel bracelet or green alligator strap offer a choice of bold or subtle color impact.
Piaget Limelight Gala
Piaget’s glamorous Limelight Gala jewelry watches have adorned society’s darlings since the 1960s. The iconic Limelight Gala Precious highlights green jewels with a malachite dial framed by gradient-set tsavorites and diamonds, set along the watch’s signature asymmetrical bezel.
Joyful Sharing Watch
This playful watch from Piaget’s Solstice collection suggests a glimpse of the inside of a cocktail glass. The masterfully executed composition presents a sculpted mother-of-pearl dial engraved with shimmering peridot lime slices and mint leaves by Dutch master engraver Dick Steenman, and enameled by artist Anita Porchet. A diamond bezel completes the fun, refreshing style.
Festive Sharing Watch
In another take on the lime motif, the Festive Sharing watch depicts citrus slices and flower blossoms set against a dark blue backdrop. The enamel dial design by Anita Porchet showcases a mix of techniques such as champlevé and paillonné enamel. A yellow gold and diamond bezel frames the watch, which is finished with a dark teal alligator strap.
Gleaming Savor Watch
The Piaget Solstice Gleaming Savor watch achieves a captivating crystal glass look, courtesy of Rose Saneuil, a French marquetry expert. Saneuil uses straw, sycamore wood, and elytron to create the complex miniature marquetry motif. Dark navy blues and aqua greens bring sophistication to the watch, which is finished with upside-down-set diamonds on the bezel and an alligator strap.
Piaget Extravagant Touch Watch
Exotic peacock-like feathers—detachable to be worn as earrings—star in the show-stopping Extravagant Touch watch from the Solstice collection. Featuring Piaget’s iconic asymmetric silhouette, marquise-cut sapphires and emeralds echo the brilliant plumage with a captivating gradient. A black opal dial glimmers in the white gold case, which is surrounded by a row of diamonds.