|Name:||Gouverneur Tourbillon Moonphase White Gold Diamond|
Piaget Gouverneur watch, 43 mm. Case in 18K white gold set with 128 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 1.4 ct). Silver-plated guilloché "sunburst" motif dial with 18K white-gold hour markers and moons. Small sapphire case back. Manufacture Piaget 642P tourbillon ultra-thin hand-wound mechanical movement with moon-phase indicator.
Combining technical excellence with a bold aesthetic, the new Gouverneur line expresses Piaget's quintessential expertise and historical values. As part of the Black Tie watch collection, it follows the tradition of shaped cases in a classic design, housing mechanical movement and complications that form part of the entire design, developed and produced by the Manufacture. With the Gouverneur watch, Piaget reveals a brand new case merging a circle and an oval in a subtly balanced design. The alternating shapes are repeated until the centre of the dial creating a sophisticated, soft and harmonious structure, evoking both perfection and innovation. Equipped with the new 642P, mechanical movement, manual winding ultra-thin tourbillon with moon-phase indicator, this watch combines the extreme finesse that is so dear to Piaget with the most prestigious in complication watchmaking. A true feat of Haute Horlogerie, enhanced by two rows of delicately set diamonds.
Manufacture Piaget 642P ultra-thin manual-winding mechanical movement flying tourbillon with moon phase.
Type: Hand-wound mechanical
Functions: Moon phase indicator at 6 o'clock, Seconds, Hours, Minutes
Technical features: Flying tourbillon at 12 o'clock, Astronomical moon, Titanium carriage
Power reserve (in hours): Approx. 40
Frequency (vph): 21,600
Frequency (Hz): 3
Diameter (lines): 12.75 X 10
Diameter (mm): 28.6 x 22.4
Number of jewels: 23
Thickness (mm): 4
Number of components: 175
Finishing: Bridges circular-grained, drawn and bevelled by hand, Mainplate circular-grained by hand, Carriage bevelled and drawn by hand, Blued screws, Circular Côtes de Genève
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